How To Be a Stereotypical Book Blogger

Just about anything, if you think about it, can be stereotyped. We have “stereotypical” book plot-lines, “stereotypical” television plot-lines, “stereotypical” people, etc. Book bloggers are pretty much the same. And with the influx of fresh new writers coming into the book blogosphere, I’ve decided to give a helping hand in explaining the stereotypical book blogger. … More How To Be a Stereotypical Book Blogger

8 Things I Wish I Had Known About Twitter When I Started Blogging

Whoo, I think that was my longest post title yet! When I first started blogging, I’d barely touched social media. I had a personal Facebook account, a personal Pinterest account, a personal Google+ account and. . .yeah that might have been about it. Maybe a personal Instagram? I don’t remember. I had never touched Twitter. … More 8 Things I Wish I Had Known About Twitter When I Started Blogging

The So-Called Rules of Book Blogging: Limit Your Bookshelf

Click to see the previous post in the series on having to do everything. I’m really not sure how this came to being one of the most unspoken rules that I’ve seen. Even if it were spoken, I highly doubt that it would be called limiting your bookshelf. But that’s what it is. I follow … More The So-Called Rules of Book Blogging: Limit Your Bookshelf