Blogging goals and dreams: my book blogging bucket list

I’ve been thinking a lot about my own blogging goals, dreams and achievements lately. I think part of it comes from the fact that it was Book Expo and Book Con in late May in New York City and, while I half envied the ones across the Atlantic seeming to live the dream, half felt […]

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5 reasons I keep on writing book reviews

Reviews are kind of the black sheep in the book blogging community, which, when you think about it, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. I mean, we, bookworms, screaming about books all day long, are supposed to thrive on book reviews, aren’t we? Aren’t book reviews the best way to scream about the books […]

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Book blogging with anxiety

When you’re standing on the outside, looking in on book bloggers, or any kind of blogger for that matter, looking through that fence, it’s so easy to feel like book blogging is easy. Even I, when I first started blogging, before and these first few days of getting into the grove, I thought book blogging […]

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How to find your blogging voice and your best blogging-self

Finding yourself is an every-day quest and finding your blogging-self is, too, no matter where you are in your book blogging journey. With a thousand, a million of book bloggers out there, it’s so hard to find that thing that makes you stand out. That thing that makes you shine, that makes you tell yourself […]

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How to stop comparing yourself to other book bloggers

I’m going to be completely honest with you here: I tend to play the comparison game way, way too often. In the book blogging community, we are thousand and thousands of people screaming about books. In the bookish community overall, including people only on twitter, on bookstagram, for instance, we might be twice, third times […]

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