#Follow a Newbie (or any blog with few followers….really)

Reblogged from BrokenTune

Hi,

I’m just sharing this again as there seem to have been a number of new members to the BookLikes community.

Because it isn’t easy to find people / blogs to follow and interact with on BookLikes, some BLikers set up a few open discussion groups some time ago where people can drop in say hello or tell others about new blogs they have found. 

The Groups are located in :

Find New Booklikes Blogs To Follow

There has been quite a bit of activity there recently, so I thought it would be worth letting people know.

Happy reading!

BT

 

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