Let’s Talk Bookish: controversial posts!

It’s Friday, I’m home alone and will take time to get some reading done… I actually wanted to make plans today, but my weekend is sooo stuffed that I had to take it down a notch and spend my evening in bed. Anyways, it’s a super interesting (and controversial haha) topic for today: controversial posts! Let’s Talk Bookish is as always hosted by Rukky @Eternitybooks!

Reading controversial posts: absolutely

Reading about highly discussed topics is awesome, I get to look at both sides and then choose which one I support all the while not having to say my opinion out loud. I feel like especially when it comes to books, people have super bipolar opinions because everyone has different taste and likes different writing styles/ plot lines/ characters and because we all have one thing in common (that being the love of books), we tend to have very strong opinions, hence, many controversial posts. And I love to follow heated discussions, it’s full of emotions and meaningful and strong writing and I’m here for that – however

Would I write controversial posts: probably not

I’m not the kind of person to write super bold things, I have developed from not wanting to criticize a book everyone loved to being juts fine with expressing my opinion, but whole controversial posts? Maybe not. For me, writing a review and not rating a very loved book isn’t as controversial than writing a whole post on a certain book related topic but not the book itself, do you know what I mean?

I write honest reviews, but I don’t think I really have the stomach to write a super controversial post unless it’s really something I’m strongly opinionated about or that directly affects.

That’s it for today, what’s your opinion on controversial posts? Feel free to comment! Happy reading and enjoy your weekend!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

6 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Bookish: controversial posts!”

  1. Totally understand what you mean Jane. I’m a bit scared that writing those posts will somehow end up being hostile interactions and I won’t be able to handle it. I would rather just write reviews and make sure all my thoughts and opinions reflect within them.
    Great post 👍👍

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