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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How do you like to interact with the book blogging community?

Interaction is, for me, one of the biggest parts of book blogging and of being part of the book blogging community. Despite being content creators, putting ourselves out there with content we spend hours working on, lists we spend hours researching for and so on… well, for me, you’re not truly part of something unless […]

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The truth about book blogging statistics

It seems to be a sort of taboo in the book blogging community. You hear the word and you shiver, wonder, stress out about it all of a sudden. You don’t really talk about statistics when you’re a book blogger, or at least, I haven’t encountered a whole lot of people talking about them a […]

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How to stay positive while book blogging

This feels like a strange post to write, but what the hell, I’m doing it anyway because it feels necessary to put it out there, too. I know that, if you’re unhappy while book blogging, if you’re feeling down, if you resent it and everything else, sometimes there are no reasons to go on with […]

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