Monday Memes

Hosted by Miz B at Should Be Reading
Today’s question:
As a book blogger, does reading others’ blogs spark ideas for what to write on your own?

My answer:
When I read other bloggers’ post that I do find interesting, I do think that “I wish I had thought about that”, but to actually than use it, I don’t.  Unless it is something that is so phenomenal and I think it pertains to me and/or my followers, I might, but I always will always give credit, give the link as to the original post, and talk first about how I found it on someone’s blog.  I recently found an event that I host on my blog, on another blog, where the some of the questions were the same, but no mention of my blog. 

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8 thoughts on “Monday Memes

  1. I mostly stick with memes and a few book reviews on my blog, therefore I have to say that other blogs spark my interest. If not for you I probably would not post any book reviews.

    I read the book Escape by Barbara Delinsky, posted my review on Goodreads. I can't wait to read your review. Barbara Delinsky is one of my favorite authors.

  2. I have to agree..sometimes I see something on another blog and I think "I wish I thought of that" but I would not necessary feel ok with using it.

  3. Good answer to the MM! I haven't really come across a circumstance that I see something on someone else's blog that I would have like to come up with myself, since I just started blogging. Feel free to check out my Musing Monday here.

    Rumana @ Relook the Book (YA)

  4. I love the title for Scream Catcher – what a play on the Dream Catcher myth.

    Fingers crossed that you love this one – alright toes crossed that you love all your fab reads 🙂

  5. I think it's unacceptable when someone uses contents/ideas without giving credit. Enjoy your new books!

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