Guest post time! This is the first out of three guest posts I have planned for this month on the blog and I’m very excited for you to read them. Today’s guest post is written by Alex C Vick, the author of The Legacy of Androva Series (which you should totally read by the way). Read More
Let’s all admit it. Being a book blogger is hard. We spend hours and hours reading books, hours designing our blog so that it looks just right, and even more hours compiling blog posts. Read More
I don’t know about you but I love Halloween. Between all of the movies I watch on repeat every year and the Halloween baking shows on The Food Network, Halloween is a close second as my favorite holiday. Read More
Hello everybody! I come here today with another Writing Prophecies post! It’s been a while, I know, but I’m back here with a post on how to write diversity in your book! Read More
Similar to my post I wrote earlier this week about what makes a good BookTube channel, I decided that I would make the same post but with blogs! Since this is a book blog after all, it seemed like a good idea, right?
I want to give new bloggers tips and just let y’all know what I find attractive in a book blog! I also wanted to give a few shout outs to favorite blogs of mine because I want to share the blogger love. Read More
I decided that today I would make a post about what qualities a good BookTube channel should have. If y’all didn’t already know I have a BookTube channel myself and although I’m not an expert in making videos by any means, I have watched BookTube for years now and have noticed a few things that I like and dislike in a channel.
I especially made this post as a guide to help you start your channel if you don’t know where you should start or if you’re having difficulty deciding how you should approach BookTubing.