Top 5 Reasons Why I Blog

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  1. Elizabeth says:

    I agree with everything you said! I especially love the blogging/reading community. I’ve never read a negative comment here (unlike Facebook, where everything offends everyone) and I’ve met so many awesome people in just a month and a half.

    • J.W. Martin says:

      OH, THE OFFENDED! It’s not just Facebook. It’s almost everywhere. If you were to say you like vanilla ice cream someone would find a way to take offence. Not here. A haven for bloggers of every kind from everywhere!

  2. Dreamy Reads says:

    Great list. I totally agree. Blogging is really addictive and the people here are so supportive.

  3. So many good points! I despise Facebook for that very reason. It’s honestly where all the keyboard renegades come out to play. I’m so tired of all the negativity and with book blogs there isn’t any of that. It’s just a bunch of book nerds talking about books – and it’s amazing!!! By the way, you should be totally pumped about getting to 100! May there be many more to follow – literally.
    Thanks for sharing your reasons and participating!

  4. Completely agree with you about the whole ‘good side of the internet’ thing. There are some really really nasty people on the net, but all the bloggers I have interacted with are so lovely!
    It’s nice knowing that you can voice your own opinions without some idiot jumping down your throat and being negative.

  5. Birdie says:

    So much good stuff in this post! First of all, I completely agree with you, most social media networks are full of bullying and cruelty. Whether I agree with some of it or not, it’s still like a constant barrage of negativity. It gets to be too much for me. It’s also something I’ve never seen on the blogs, even the political blogs. There’s really no arguing. It’s one of my favorite things about spending my time on everyones blogs. It is incredibly inviting, and while there are a lot of book blogs that almost makes it better, because it means so many people to talk to! You may think you want to corner the market, but it would be lonely. I’d rather have a large group of people to talk to.

    Congratulations on 100 followers!

  6. I completely agree! 🙂 The blogging community is so supportive and positive and I definitely agree with everything you’ve mentioned here. Thanks for sharing and, as always, fabulous post! <3

  7. Beware Of The Reader says:

    Yes, yes, the interaction is addictive and the community is fantastic! Best surprise I had 😉

  8. hehe I totally get what you mean about it being addictive 😉 And you are *so right* about this being one of those rare good parts of the internet- I just love how supportive the community is- it’s the best!! And it’s one of my favourite things about blogging 😀

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