101 Blog Post Ideas for Writers: Number 5

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One of the reasons that I debated starting this website was because I wasn't sure what I would write about. I was too scared to post excerpts of my current WIP since it's still a rough draft and I didn't want to give anything away. As you can see though, I decided to build the website anyways!

Well, I soon ran into that problem that I knew I would - I don't know what to write about. After reading multiple blogs, and hundreds of blog posts ideas, I finally found something interesting. I stumbled across the tag "101 Blog Post Ideas for Writers" on the No Page Left Blank blog

Once I read a few of them, I realized that they all linked to Julie Jernigan's blog, Julie Writes. There, I saw her post, "101 Blog Post Ideas for Writers - Part 1." I hadn't heard of Julie or her work before, but I have to admit, she had a pretty great list of ideas! So, I decided to participate in the blog tag too!

5. Your first memory of books or reading
I'm sure I say that a lot of these prompts are hard, but this one is especially hard! Many of my earlier memories are a little jumbled up, so I'm not sure that this one is technically my earliest memory, but it's definitely the most memorable!

When I was younger, I know that I had a ton of books, but there was always one that I went back to. It was a children's book that had bible verses and inspirational passages for every day of the year. I can't remember who gave it to me or when I got it, but that book stuck with me for years! In fact, I kept that book and read from it until it fell apart. Thinking back now, I can remember the sweet cartoons sprinkled throughout the pages and the broken spine holding the covers together. Sadly, I don't know what happened to it, but I wish I still had a copy!

UPDATE: Guys! After searching the internet for a while, don't ask me how, I found the book! I honestly can't believe it! It was titled: Blessings Every Day: 365 Simple Devotions for the Very Young (Little Blessings) The copy that I had was the non-Catholic version with a blue spine and it was printed in 2001. That means I was six years old! Honestly, I'm still in shock, but I think I might just have to get myself another copy :)

What was your first memory of books or reading? Tell me in the comments!

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