10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in August 2020

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. Katie shares 5 reasons not to sweat your stats.
  2. Eustacia asks whether your hobby is for you or your blog/Instagram.
  3. Alex shares 6 reasons blog tours are great.
  4. The Orangutan Librarian talks about why escapism is important.
  5. Norwich Linguist wonders if critics should be kinder to the Twilight series.
  6. Jane reviews Anne Brontë ‘s often overlooked work, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.
  7. Norwich Linguist says it’s time to stop pairing Austen and the Brontës.
  8. Katie talks about rediscovering middle grade–and why you should, too!
  9. Xandra describes the bookish streaming service she pitched for a college class.
  10. Jackie discusses when standalones become series.

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10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed So Far in May

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. Melanie at Grab the Lapels asks if her blog is actually feminist.
  2. Kelly at Another Book in the Wall discusses what makes YA so popular.
  3. Jackie at Death by Tsundoku reflects on the future of the Holocaust novel.
  4. Jane at Greenish Bookshelf suggests 7 books if you like Anne of Green Gables.
  5. The Orangutan Librarian discusses Rogue One vs. The Last Jedi.
  6. Kim at Traveling in Books has another roundup of bookish headlines.
  7. Annemieke at A Dance with Books talks about reading Discworld.
  8. Nicole at Read. Eat. Sleep. Repeat shares an infographic with suggestions on what to read next.
  9. Kiri at Star Wars Anonymous posts on My Comic Relief about Fictions Fearless Female – Rey.
  10. Jack at Jack’s Bedtime Reading discusses the best and worse changes in Game of Thrones.

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10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in September 2018

Post Round-Up

  1. Kelly at Another Book in the Wall asks if rating criteria varies across genres.
  2. H. P. at Every Day Should Be Tuesday discusses three fantasies published before The Hobbit.
  3. Kristilyn at Reading in Winter feels weird about blogging.
  4. Shealea at That Bookshelf Bitch explains why she does not write TBR lists.
  5. Kim at Traveling in Books talks about her personal history with Tolkien.
  6. Jennilyn at Rurouni Jenni Reads ponders why book bloggers rarely give one-star reviews.
  7. Nandini at Unputdownable Books discusses the Hobbit and LotR films.
  8. Milliebott at Milliebot Reads talks about her love for Sailor Moon.
  9. Michael at My Comic Relief discusses Infinity War and his loyalty to comics.
  10. Michael at My Comic relief also discusses whether the MCU can be too interconnected.

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Book Blogger Survey Results: 2018

Did you miss the results of Briana’s 2018 survey on book blogger stats?  Check it out!

10 Interesting Posts from the First Half of May

Post Round-Up

  1. Michael @ My Comic Relief discusses Avengers: Infinity War (SPOILERS!)
  2. Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog talks about the need to support bookstores.
  3. Daniela @ Nocturnal Devices explains why we should all read children’s books.
  4. The Orangutan Librarian admits to being able to critique parts of Harry Potter.
  5. Of Maria Antonia lists five reasons she liked A Tale of Two Cities.
  6. Joce @ Write Through the Night discusses the pros and cons of buddy reading.
  7. Danielle @ Books, Vertigo, and Tea reveals 10 times she failed as a new blogger.
  8. Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books answers some bookish questions from her readers.
  9. Priyasha @ Books and Co. recommends 20 book bloggers for you to follow.
  10. Inge @ The Belgian Reviewer gets enthusiastic about bookmarks.

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10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed This April

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek asks “Why Are Book Reviews Unpopular as Blog Posts?”
  2. Holly @ Nut Free Nerd gives “13 Reasons to Read A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket.”
  3. Evelina @ Avalinah’s Books discusses her fears as a book blogger.
  4. Milliebot Reads features some used bookstores–and bears!
  5. Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight features “Unfortunate Covers of Your Favorite Books.”
  6.  Angela @ Angel’s Guilty Pleasures adds up how much money using the library has saved her so far this year.
  7. Danielle @ Books, Vertigo, and Tea discusses how to buy books on a budget.
  8. Silvia tells the story of how she came to appreciate Jane Austen.
  9. Cam @ Camillea Reads discusses, among other things, the pressure to review in a timely manner.
  10. David @ The Warden’s Walk reviews The Secret of Roan Inish.

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