“And it’s hard to hate someone once you understand them.”
My Book Boyfriend: the revamp
I’m very excited to announce that I will now be doing a weekly My Book Boyfriend post on my blog - with the blessing of Missie from The Unread Reader and Lesley from My Keeper Shelf. I would hope that anyone who’d like to participate does, and will share there links with me. I’m not sure how many people would be interested in doing this weekly meme/feature with me, but I will be adding a linky to my posts - just so it’s easy to find other peoples posts.
There really isn’t much of a revamp going on - other than no more pictures (which has been in tact for awhile now), and a new interest in it.
I’m thinking about doing these on Mondays - so they don’t interfere with any of the other features that I have going on, but really you can post any day of the week.
I’m working on a logo-graphic thing for my own blog every week, but feel free to create your own - or use Missie’s original graphic. Which I posted above.
There’s really no set way to do this, so I’m excited to see how everyone interprets the posts, now that we can’t use pictures in our posts. But maybe just make sure to have the basics - who he is, what books he’s from, and then things like hair color, height, age? Any of those would be good starters!
1. Post your MBB on Mondays - a post raving about your current fictional crush, or past - Include his stats, a link to a picture of what you imagine he looks like (avoids the copyright problems), quotes, basically anything you want to add.
2. Use the button in your post - or create your own.
3. Add the link to the linky on my post - it’s encouraged to stop by other peoples posts!
4. You can really post any day throughout the week - there aren’t any strict guidelines.
What do you think? Are you excited? Comment and let me know! Get your posts ready for Monday - whatever works for you. Although - I really don’t have many hopes that people will join, but you never know.
“I’m a little distracted by this English French American Boy Masterpiece.”
— Anna Oliphant (Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins)
“No means no if you’re drunk or if you’re sober. No means no if you’re in bed or in a dorm or on the street. No means no even if you said yes at first and you changed your mind.”
“I had nothing to offer anybody except my own confusion.”