Reflection post: My Experience about #Thebookblogtrain

Hello friends,

I am happy to announce that I have successfully completed #Thebookblogtrain season2.

I wrote 2 posts this season. First one is poetry “Books Are Darlings”

https://myaspiringhope.wordpress.com/2019/05/16/thebookblogtrain-books-are-darlings/

And the second one is “Tips and tricks to increase reading in kids”.

https://myaspiringhope.wordpress.com/2019/05/26/thebookblogtrain-tips-and-tricks-to-increase-reading-in-kids/

In Season1, I wrote only one post that is a very detailed review of ” The power of your subconscious mind” Now I feel that I should have more concise while reviewing any book.

This is the lesson which I learnt from the last season’s participation.

https://myaspiringhope.wordpress.com/2019/03/19/book-reviewthe-power-of-your-subconscious-mind-thebookblogtrain/

I learnt so many things from Season 1 & Season2 as well.

TheBookblog train challenge pushed me to write and explore more about books.

They give specific topics related to the book world and you have to select the topic and write on those selected topics.

I selected these two and tried my best to create my own content. I am happy with the outcome. I agree, There is always a possibility for improving better in all the aspects of your writing.

I believe, every single day we grow and learn more as compare to our previous engagements.

“Learning is the continuous process and I feel proud that I am trying my best to make my learning phase more productive and fruitful.”

In this Season also through book recommendation posts and some others, I got some more knowledge about books and I happily added to my TBR list.

I learnt about how can you give variations in your single post by using different ways.

What I feel, We should follow our own essence of writing. That is the thing which appeals me to read and stick with the post. That uniqueness of your writing always maintains that required freshness. That is my personal opinion. I respect other point of views also.

That is my theory, what you feel? Mention in the comment section.

Here I am adding my favourite posts from Season 2. I want to mention that also they are from the same topic which I followed for my post.

1. First one by Noor Anand Chawla

She introduced “Haiku poetry” in her post and I was unaware about that so a new homework was ready for me.

https://nooranandchawla.com/haiku-thebookblogtrain-season-2/

2. This one was posted by Devika Ramadoss

I love the way how she explained her views about the topic in the post.

https://reachthroughwords.com/2019/05/25/tips-and-tricks-to-increase-reading-in-kids-thebookblogtrain/

3.The third one by Sindhu Vinod Narayan

I felt a connection with the post. Beautifully articulated and well expressed.

https://mybabymybooksandi.wordpress.com/2019/05/25/tips-and-tricks-to-increase-reading-on-kids-thebookblogtrain/

I want to thank all the participants who read my posts and make me feel more motivated for my efforts with their awesome reviews.

All are the winners already for their efforts and hard work. Best wishes for the results. May the best one win.

I also want to convey my special thanks to hosts Vidhya and Siddhi & sponsors Penguin India and Red wolf too for organising such a smooth event.

Agree on that note, there is always a possibility to improve and beat the own previous benchmark.

Now I am binding up to this post with my ending note.

“Don’t look for a perfect one always. Make it the best through your efforts.

#deepikawrites

Regards & Gratitude

Deepika

This article is written as a part of #Thebookblogtrain conducted by Vidhya Thakkar and Siddhi Palande powered by Penguin India and Redwolf should not be repurposed, republished or used otherwise. The content herein is owned by the blogger. Hosts are not responsible for any infringement caused.”

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36 thoughts on “Reflection post: My Experience about #Thebookblogtrain

  1. Fantastic reflections post Deepika! You are absolutely right- we are learning every day, and this blog train helped me discover some serious talent and make new friends.
    Thank you so so much for mentioning my Haiku post- it really means a lot to me!

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