Hello, and happy Friday! Today, I’m very excited to share the March topics for Let’s Talk Bookish. I think these are all going to be really fun topics, so I hope that you all enjoy them!
Let’s Talk Bookish is a bookish meme that was created by Rukky @ Eternity Books where each Friday, bloggers write posts discussing the topic of the week. Since April 2022, I’ve been the host of LTB, and I post each month’s topics here on my blog!
I also have an archive of the topics on my blog, which you can find in the menu of my blog! My archive has the topics from April 2022 and all months going forwards, and all previous topics can be found on Rukky’s blog.
Thank you so much to Fives, Hannah and Davida Chazan for suggesting our topics for March! If you’d like to suggest a topic, you can do so using the Google Form linked at the end of this post.
March 3: Book Stopping Places? (Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole)
Prompts: Are you the type of reader able to stop reading just anywhere? In the middle of a sentence? Paragraph? Or do you need to reach the end of a chapter before stopping? What do you do if you can’t stop at a good point – do you have to go back right away to stop at a better place? Do you use bookmarks in a special way to remember where exactly you are? How uncomfortable does it make you to stop in the middle of an exciting part of the book, and how do you deal with that?
March 10: How Important Are Character Names? (Hannah @ Hannah’s Library)
Prompts: Are character names important? Should they be very unique, or common enough that most readers will recognize and know how to pronounce them? What makes a character name unique? Do you like character names that have a deeper meaning tied to the story at large? What do you notice about character names in different genres? What are some of your favorite character names? What are some of your favorite characters with the same names?
March 17: Spring Books (Aria)
Prompts: What books do you like to read in spring? What makes you feel the change in the seasons? Is it the cover, or the content? Do you read certain genres in spring, or books set during the season? What books are on your spring 2023 tbr?
March 24: Do Genres Change Over Time? (Davida Chazan @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog)
Prompts: Is there a genre you think is done better or worse today than it was in the past? How is it better today or how is it it worse than it was before? What differences do you see that make them better or worse? Do you think that the quality of genres follow certain trends over time?
March 31: Freebie!
Prompts: For the fifth Friday of March, use this week to revisit an old LTB topic, or write about something you’re interested in! You can also check out the LTB archives on my blog and on Rukky’s for more topic ideas.
Even if you don’t participate by writing LTB discussions, if you have any suggestions or ideas for topics, so you can share your ideas using the google form below!
What do you think of the topics for March? Do you participate in LTB? Chat with me in the comments below!
20 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Bookish – March 2023 topics”
Cool… you used my suggestion! I look forward to reading what people write about them!
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Thanks for suggesting the topic!! It’s a great one – I am too!
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