LaChouett Blogging101: Write to your Dream Reader



Hello folks!!

So, we are on Day 4 on Blogging101 with a task that will be stretching our blogging muscles. It will certainly stretch mine in any case :).

So, who is my dream reader and what would I write to connect with him or her?

Hmmm. I really had to think about this one because it made me realise, I had created this blog with the primary objective of sharing my thoughts without really considering the receiving audience in the same respect.

Looking back on it now, I was seeing my potential readers has being pretty much everyone so I never really considered having a Dream Reader. At the same time, would targeting a Dream Reader not limit the reach of the blog? That’s a blog topic for another time I guess…

Anyway, for the purpose of this assignment, I will give it my best shot.

Keeping “Chouett” in mind, it turns out that I may have a few types of Dream Readers however I will address the 2 I can clearly see at this time: The Aspiring Reader and Aspiring Story Teller.

Book review for pleasure
Book review for pleasure


To the Aspiring Reader:

Dear friend,

I only decided very recently to read a lot more and read any genres so that it would open my mind and imagination. I remember starting with a small challenge of 12 books for the year of 2014 and ended up reading 60. How the hell did this happened??!! Well this small video clip will sum up pretty much how I felt after finishing most books leading me onto picking up the next one right away.

By the way, you can always start with a “1 book challenge” if you want. Just pick a book, any book, turn the first page and just see where it takes you…Happy reading:)


To the Aspiring Writer:

Dear friend,

My Read4Review section on this blog is for you!!!

Go for your dream!!! Go for your dream, Go write!

Whether it is a debut novel, a short story, a poem or even just a quote, Go write!!

Just write, so that I can read you and write about your piece and share it.

And remember 

ToniMorison “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” Toni Morrison




8 Comments Add yours

  1. 1stladymurph says:

    That Toni Morrison quote was what I needed to read today!


    1. so will I be reading you soon?

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    2. 1stladymurph says:

      Hopefully! 🙂


  2. Well done, unlike me you wrote “to” your Dream Reader(s) and not “about” them! I must read the instructions more carefully next time! You’re right too, that this exercise enables us to think more about our target audience. As a confirmed bookworm, I think the first category fits me & I’ll be back to read more. 🙂


    1. Feel free to pop round anytime 🙂
      By the way, I don’t think there is really any right or wrong with this type of assignment. If you write to your dream reader he or she will recognise themselves in your word so in essence, you are writing to them. 🙂

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  3. I realize too that I wrote about my dream reader and not “to” my dream reader. UGH! I think I’m exhausted. I completely understand your point about not having a “type” though because you don’t want to limit anyone that comes here.


    1. I was thinking that, if you wrote about your dream reader then they will recognise themselves in your words so really and truly it is the same as if you wrote to them.

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  4. Tiamarie says:

    Well done. I love it, I’m inspired to read on and who knows. Thanks so much


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