I don’t often post on this site, unless it’s for a meme like Saturday Snapshots, or Book Beginnings.
But since the theme of this site is about sparking or igniting connections, I do think about those issues in terms of this blog…and want to spark a conversation, if you will.
Lately I’ve been bored with my photos, so I’ve “highlighted” a few of them, like the one above, or the one in the sidebar, hoping to spark my own interest in making changes.
It is never to late to change things up, is it? Even if we don’t decide to add extensions or highlights to our hair, maybe we can make some interior changes.
Sometimes it’s enough for me to read a book that does something for me…makes me think, gives me pause, or even generates conversation.
The Girl in the Train (click for my review) recently did that for some bloggers, and it was fun to see how others reacted to a book with unreliable narrators and a suspenseful storyline.
Sheila, at Book Journey, had the opposite reactions from mine. Sheila’s review takes us to another kind of place, and that’s what I love about book blogs. We can generate conversation even more when we disagree about something.
Another book that sparked something within me, and also within some other bloggers, was The Wednesday Group, by Sylvia True. (Click for my review). A great one for book clubs, I think.
Do you get excited, does something ignite within you, when you read a book or a blog post that sparks something within? Does it make you want to speak up? Shout, even?
That’s what I call igniting your connections! What does it for you?