Hello dear readers! Welcome back the intro of the new April’s event organized by The bloggers in the attic.
If you’re wondering what this is about, I want to inform you all that such initiative already took off during February. You can find the first introduction post right here. Last time I think I can affirm that we all have a blast, or at least enough fun. The topic of required read ignited a lot of interesting discourse.
Now, time for a little recap….
The Bloggers in the Attic is a discussion chain. Me and other bloggers (number may change) unite together, select a topic and during the arc of a month, we all discuss it.
The discussion turns go bi-monthly, meaning that next round will be in June.
We have a Discord server where all details are set and decided, so if you wish to join, keep this into consideration. If you’re still into it, just ask for joining in the comments. Do not forget to link or cite the username you use in a social. This way I will be able to reach out to you and send an invite with a direct messages.
For this month I’ll not start the discussion chain. I decided to skip the theme, because I felt that my post wouldn’t add more or less to the issue. The theme of choice for April’s chain is:
Rating system, a discussion. Is it still important, what do we think about it, how does it work for us, what can be improved?
And what about the bloggers? Here’s the list of the participants and the day their posts will be published:
3rd – Clo @Book Dragons
5th – The Librarian @The Unseen Library
8th – Lauren @Northen Plunder
12th – Isabelle @Bookwyrm Bites
15th – Ben @Books With Ben
18th – Nora @Papertea and Flowers
20th – Kerys @The Everlastin Library
22nd – Anthony @Keep Reading Forward
25th – Kal @Reader Voracious
27th – Susan @Novel Lives
29th – Rain @Bookdragonism
You can follow the discussion on Twitter with the general hastag #DiscussionAttic and the specific month one of #DAApril.
Links will be updated following the publication of the discussion post. I hope you will follow the bloggers of this round!