Hey all, Dani here. In the early stages of the year, it is probably a good time to look over reading goals and try to find ways to get to older reads, or to try books outside of the standard comfort zone. So I guess now is a pretty good time for me to take… Continue reading Discussion: Reading Goals
Month: January 2020
Blog Tour Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith
Hey all, Dani here. Maybe this isn't something that feels cool or special to some people, but I feel very lucky to have been invited into a few different blog tours from various publishers in the last month or so. I like to think that I do a decent job with my blog, and that… Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith
Weekly Wrap-Up (49)
Hey all, Dani here. Welcome back to my weekly blog series where I talk about everything I've done, played, watched, read, and more in the past week. This series started almost two years ago as a way to keep me from slipping into a major blogging slump, and for the first year I only talked… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (49)
Review: The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young
Hey all, Dani here. Hello, and wow, can you guys believe that we're almost at the end of January already? It has been a jam-packed year already, and yet I can say that I am having such a great time talking books, writing, creativity, and all sorts of other geeky topics with you lovely people.… Continue reading Review: The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young
Manga Review: My Hero Academia Vigilantes Volume 5
Hey all, Dani here. Another Monday, another Manga Monday review post. I legitimately think I need to start doubling up on my manga reviews, because otherwise I don't believe I'll be able to actually catch up on these. So I guess in the future, the first Monday of the month will be Calendar Girls and… Continue reading Manga Review: My Hero Academia Vigilantes Volume 5
Review: Nocturna by Maya Motayne
Hey all, Dani here. Do you guys know how many posts I wrote up last weekend? Enough for me to actually be almost two weeks ahead on my blog...aside from my Weekly Wrap-Up posts on Wednesdays. Actually I created a Google Doc for myself where I can start prepping up some of my book reviews… Continue reading Review: Nocturna by Maya Motayne
Recommendations: Wintery Atmosphere
Hey all, Dani here. Well, we've finally made it to Friday. This has felt like a v-e-r-y-l-o-n-g-w-e-e-k, at least to me. By the time I finish my shift tonight I will have worked 52 hours this week, which has left very little time for anything that I can't accomplish while at work--you know, so I've… Continue reading Recommendations: Wintery Atmosphere
Review: Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw
Hey all, Dani here. Today's review is for a book that I absolutely had to get reviewed before the end of the current winter-y season. It's just thematically appropriate. Anyway, I'm so glad to finally be starting to get nicely ahead of the game when it comes to prepping posts on this blog. I sat… Continue reading Review: Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw
Weekly Wrap-Up (48)
Hey all, Dani here. It has been a busy and productive week of reading, that's for sure. I can honestly blame my time at work for that, which is awesome. I'm going to take advantage of being able to read at work for the next few months, because I have no idea what position I'll… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (48)
Blog Post Ideas for Book Bloggers
Hey all, Dani here.
So my book blogger friend Naty came up with this amazing post that has all sorts of great recommendations for fun and creative bookish post ideas for anyone who might find themselves in a blogging slump. There are quite a few ideas in here that I really like and will probably try to incorporate into my blog in the future.
Hello fellow book bloggers,
Blogging slump is no fun – we end up writing so many posts it’s hard to come up with new ideas sometimes. I get stuck in “reviews + weekly wrap ups” a LOT and no other posts at all, and don’t always feel very creative. That is totally fine and you totally don’t have to create new content all the time, but it’s really fun to do so, and if you’re trying to get more traffic, it’s also an interesting way to get new readers.
So I gathered a list of ideas for bookish posts and I hope you guys find it useful! I sure had fun writing this list (and it took a lot of time).
1. Seasonal posts
This is a classic book blogging strategy. Every year I create a draft for some of the holidays or special days and compile lists of recommendations…
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