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
Kind of a different post today, but I decided that it was time to do something new. Facebook is something that I really don’t use enough of. Let’s face it: Marketing on there gets boring. All I’ve done in the past is shared my posts on there, and I’m bored. So, I’m here to announce … More Facebook Page of The Week
Because, obviously, you are already awesome if you are here on this page. Or, if you’re thinking about starting a book blog and haven’t yet, you have the potential to becoming really awesome. Now, earlier this year I shared with you how book bloggers have a tendency to post the same stuff and the tendency … More 10 Ways to Become a More Awesome Book Blogger
I’m not really a big YouTube watcher, but whenever I do turn it on? I see fifty billion videos on why you should never date a YouTuber. This got me thinking. What about bloggers? Never have I ever dated, but here are 10 potential problems that prove that one should never date a book blogger. … More 10 Reasons You Should Never Date a Book Blogger
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
Last time in this series we discussed Similar Posts. Do you remember when you first started blogging? Or perhaps you’re a new blogger? Do you remember (or maybe you’re in) that current stage of thought where all the other blogs seem light-years ahead of you and there’s just so much that you feel like you … More The So-Called Rules of Book Blogging: You Must Do Everything!
I haven’t posted since last Thursday. It hasn’t been out of a lack of wanting to. Really, it’s been a matter of A) having no time and B) having no post idea thrill me. Honestly, I’ve used this time to really look at the blogging world. Particularly book blogging, considering that’s what I do. And, … More The So-Called Blogging Rules: Similar Posts
One might say that book ratings are what make the literary world go round. A good rating obviously means it’s a good book, right? Not necessarily. When you take the time to think about it, those star ratings aren’t much more than a Goodread’s average. A silly little concoction that gives me an excuse to … More Why Book Ratings Aren’t Accurate
Something that you commonly find in the book blogging world is reading challenges. Reading a series as a group over a number of weeks, reading only specific sorts of books for a month, things like the Goodreads reading challenge, etc. I even saw one recently where some people pulled an all nighter just to see … More Reading Challenges (and why I suck at them)
Just yesterday I was perusing Twitter (instead of reading, sadly) when I saw someone mention book bloggers only being in it for the free review copies. This really got me thinking: What do I do this for? It’s almost been a year since Bobbie asked me to blog with her. I remember that my initial … More What Is Book Blogging Really?