ReaderCon 2013 Filipino Friday

Filipino Fridays (1): Hello, Reader!

ReaderCon 2013 Filipino Friday

It is now time for our first Filipino Friday for 2013! Filipino Friday, is a weekly meme leading to the Filipino ReaderCon that encourages participation of the Filipino readers everywhere. Anyone can join this meme – just check the topic below, write a post about it on your blog or social networking account (make sure it’s set to public) and add a link to the comments section below. When you’re done with your post, hop around the comments below and interact with your fellow bloggers and readers! This is our time to interact with other book lovers online, and it’ll be fun getting to know each other through each other’s answers.

As always, our first topic for the series is all about introductions, but with a little twist. Here we go:

Hello, Reader! Let’s get to know you, and more importantly, what kind of reader are you? Laura E. Kelly released an infographic about Reader species — under what Domain/Class/Family/Genus/Species do you fall under? Give examples, and feel free to talk about why you belong to that species. Who knows, you may find readers in your own genus. ;)

Please include attribution to Laura E. Kelly with this graphic.
(Click to view at original large size.)

What Species of Reader Are You?--Infographic

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No blog, or not a fan of social networking sites? Leave a comment with your answer below, then! :) We don’t mind.

Make sure you leave the link to your post (not your blog!) in the comment section below! You can also tweet us (@PinoyReaderCon) or tag us on Facebook with your answers, and we’ll plug your posts, too! :)

36 thoughts on “Filipino Fridays (1): Hello, Reader!

    • Verne says:

      Wow, you’re really a mixed-breed reader. I wish I had taken advantage of my school library back in the day. Too many missed free reading opportunities. So nice discovering your blog here. I like how simple your template is, and your photos are great. :)

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