20 Discussion Post Ideas for Your Book Blog in 2020

  1. If you have a library, how much money do you save each year (or month) by using library materials?
  2. What do you think of the Macmillan ebook embargo?
  3. What do you think about book bloggers monetizing their blogs?
  4. What do you love specifically about reading book blogs (as opposed to watching Booktube or scrolling through Bookstagram)?
  5. What are the best ways to spread a love of reading?
  6. What are some tropes or plots that will immediately make you pick up a book?
  7. What do you think of “bad” characters who are never punished?
  8. What book do you think everyone should read, not necessarily because it’s your personal favorite but because it has important ideas?
  9. Who are your favorite classic authors and why?
  10. What do you think constitutes a spoiler?
  11. What lessons have you learned from books?
  12. What would make you go to your local library more often (if you have one)?
  13. What book do you think readers frequently misunderstand?
  14. Are there any books that remind you of songs? Or songs that remind you of books?
  15. What YA novels should Netflix adapt next?
  16. What are some books with strong sibling relationships?
  17. What stereotypes need to stop showing up in books?
  18. Has someone else’s review ever made you think more positively of a book than you did initially?
  19. What are some of your favorite magic systems from fantasy novels?
  20. Do your favorite childhood books live up to rereading today?
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21 thoughts on “20 Discussion Post Ideas for Your Book Blog in 2020

  1. ashley says:

    I love posts like this. I actually did idea number 1 as part of my 2019 wrap-up post, and then I did a similar post that goes into detail about how I track how much money I save by using the library.

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  2. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    I love that you’ve done another discussion post list! I like these ideas a lot. Some of the topics which lend themselves more easily to lists (such as YA books Netflix should adapt) will be very easy for people to apply to their blog. But what I really appreciate about this list is that it covers a spectrum — some people will actually have to do some research or serious thinking if they want to answer these questions.

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