Booking Through Thursday: But What About Me?

December 3, 2009 at 11:26 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

This week’s Booking Through Thursday asks:

What’s your favorite part of Booking Through Thursday? Why do you participate (or not)?

Honestly, I like being asked a direct question that I can blather about.  It’s so much easier to frame your thoughts in response to something specific!  The questions are great, too.  Some weeks I’m not able to check in on a Thursday, and then I kick myself when I see what the question was.  It’s rare to find a question that leaves me with nothing to add to the discussion.

Of course the next best part is having a few dozen people all respond to the same topic.  It’s the next best thing to having a live chat, with the improvement that 40 people aren’t trying to talk over each other at once.

The only reason I could think not to participate would be that it tends to draw commenters who say, “Nice, now come to my blog and read mine.”  The assumption is that I haven’t already!  As I remarked above, I won’t comment or post if I feel I have nothing to add.  Lord knows I use up enough bandwidth rambling on about nonsense already, without duplicating someone else’s contribution on top of it.

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  1. Ha! I almost said the same thing about people who seem to stop by just to leave a link to their own posts. If I have something to say, I comment. If not, I don’t.

    • Oh, great. Now everybody who agrees with you is going to sit quiet! 😉


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