Talking to people with the same interests.

while leaving a comment on  He mentioned about not talking to people about what current books they are reading at the moment. I kind of felt like I was in the same boat. My friends/work colleagues don’t read. My partner reads a lot but our tastes in books are quite the opposite.

I like to talk about books on my blog as it lets me express myself on what I think of said book. Then when someone comments on it I think its great as that the interaction I’m looking for.

I’m now starting to connect with like-minded people through my blog which I really appreciate and looking forward to many more interactions with other bloggers.

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2 thoughts on “Talking to people with the same interests.

  1. It’s amazing the almost empowering feeling of surrounding yourself with like minded people who support and encourage you. Love this post, I can definitely relate

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