#Blogger Positivity Movement

Hey, fellow bloggers! I’ve got something important to tell you! I’m pretty sure you all know about the negativity that’s been going around the blogosphere and social media… Well, Becca @ becca and books has decided to take a stand against the negativity by creating the #BloggerPositivityMovement.

How Does the Movement Work?

  • You sign up for the Movement and are paired with a bookish blogger.
  • For the month of October, you leave 3 comments a week on your blogging partner’s post. Each comment should include 3 things you loved or found positive about their post/blog.
  • You find 1 newbie blogger to welcome with love to the bookish community.
  • You find 1 old sage-blogger and ask what they find positive about the bookish community.

How Do I Sign Up?

It’s easy! Go to the original post, click the bottom banner to be taken to the Google sign-up form, fill it out, and you’re good to go!

Sign up’s end on September 29th! So don’t miss your chance to join this amazing Movement. (Use #BloggerPositivityMovement on Social Media!)


Will you be joining the Movement? Let me know in the comments!


29 thoughts on “#Blogger Positivity Movement

      1. I get that we need more diversity. Some books are purposely written with (sometimes forced) and without it, while other authors didn’t think of it. But come on, it’s the author’s work, not ours. I know that Schwab received mad hate on Twitter for the same issue.

        I hope readers stand up. I definitely will. But with this negativity, I swear my blunt honesty and sarcasm is going bring in the hate.

        Thanks for posting this! I’ll definitely sign up. 😊

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