DO YOU USE AN ONLINE PERSONA FOR BOOK BLOGGING??? || LET’S TALK BOOKISH

Hello, bookworms. How are you all doing??? How is your life??? I am back with a new post. I have been seeing this blog post on every blogger’s site and I was really fascinated by it so I decided to do it too. I am really excited and happy that I have some new post coming up. If this post gets good feedback then I will do this twice a month on Friday’s and the other 2 Friday’s will be Bookish Friday’s. I am super pumped today as I just ordered some new stuff and will be doing a book haul. So yippeeeeeee🤪🤪🤪 and on that note, let’s start, shall we???

I am up for the craziness. I have so much to do and I didn’t read much this week so I decided to do this post. I am excited and tired of working as I cooked some yummy pasta😋. So let’s just start this post. Let’s go, people.

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! This week’s topic is: Do You Use an Online Persona for Book Blogging? (suggested by Aria @ Book Nook Bits).

Qn. Do I Use an online Persona for Book Blogging???

My answer to this is nope. I am not a person who can use an online persona. That is totally not my cup of tea. See, I am a person who believes in being himself/herself. I want people to like me for who I am. I have never judged people for using an online persona though because I have seen a few people act sweet on social media and be a really bad person in real life, I hate it when people do that. I believe that the originality of a person is what makes that person trustworthy.

Why I don’t use an online persona has a reason and that is that I don’t want to be a fake person. I show my emotions in blogging. If I am happy, I am happy while writing. If sad then you will see that too. If I am sick, it will show very well in my blog. I don’t like to behave happily all the time on my blog because I am a human, not a robot that has no feelings and will only show the emotion you feed into their system. I go through bad times too and if I show it in my blog, what’s wrong with it??

A blog is where we can express ourselves and nobody can judge us. I don’t like secrecy. When I first came to this blogging stuff, I was a quiet person. I used to see others posts but never like or comment as I was scared of doing that but now this place and the people here are my family and there is no secrecy in the family, is there???

Well, that is just my opinion, I enjoyed doing this tiny post and loved the idea of talking about all these important aspects of our lives that I couldn’t discuss before. I think I will be doing more posts like this so get ready to see more of my opinions being expressed here.

So that’s it for today, I will be back soon with some really great book reviews and posts and until then…

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11 thoughts on “DO YOU USE AN ONLINE PERSONA FOR BOOK BLOGGING??? || LET’S TALK BOOKISH

  1. Personally I lose an online persona because it would make it harder to do my work if everyone was aware that I’m a lesbian. I’d really love to be in a job where I can be more open but atm it’s not thay case sadly.

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    1. I have no problem with you being a lesbian and I would love to see your real personality. Jobs can be hard for lesbians but I hope you get a change in your life but I support you💖✌🤗

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  2. Use not lose 🤦‍♀️

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  3. I am happy that you are yourself online, Suzan. That way we have got to know you better.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. Awww, thanks, Pete. I learned from a professional who is always complaining about the weather, people and animals😜💖✌😊

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  4. This is one of my favourite topics that we’ve done recently! I’m glad that you feel like your blog is a place where you can wholly be yourself and you don’t need to hide anything! That sounds like a wonderful feeling and I hope every blogger knows that they should be as open as they want in their own space.

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    1. I love this topic too😍. My blog is a mirror of my image and I love being me here as I have so many good friends and supporters. All the bloggers deserve to be themselves on their blogs and I am fighting for that and I will win this fight for sure. 💖🤗✌

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