Highlights from the Book Blogging Community | March


Another month has come and gone, which means it’s time for another blogging highlights post! I have loved doing these posts the past couple of months, and am so glad that I’ve been able to introduce many of you to new blogs and bloggers. Here are some posts I’ve been loving in March:

10 Reasons Why Reviewing Books is Actually Super Hard by Cait at Paper Fury. Sometimes, I read a book and know exactly what I want to say in my review. But, most of the time, writing book reviews takes me hours. I always love Cait’s humorous takes on the perils of blogging, and this post is no exception.

Bookish Thought: Why I Want to See Less Royalty in Fantasy by Nicole at Sorry, I’m Booked. I think Nicole made some great points in this post! I hadn’t mentally articulated my thoughts on this subject, but I agree with a lot of what she says. I do like reading books about royalty, but I find more creative fictional governments much more intriguing.

Not All Fun & Games: The Pressures of Book Blogging by Heather at The Sassy Book Geek. I have definitely been feeling the blogging pressure lately, and Heather articulated a lot of the reasons for that in her post. As I write this, I’m just getting back into the swing of things after months of struggling (I scheduled four posts today!), but blogging is a difficult, albeit rewarding, hobby that definitely comes with it’s share of stressors.

Places I Want to Visit Because of Books by Shoto at Bookish Babbles. I love the idea of this post, and think Shoto did an amazing job organizing it and finding beautiful pictures to go along with each location. This will definitely give you some wanderlust.

Who Reads Your Blog? by Jess at Bookends and Endings. I’m so glad I’m not the only person who thinks about this, because I am actually pretty private about my blog. Only a few people I know in real life know I have a blog, and none of them actually know how to find it. I also don’t share my last name or face on my blog. I like keeping my personal life and blogging separate, and I’m always curious about how other people handle this.

Are there any blog posts you loved this month? Share them in the comments!


14 thoughts on “Highlights from the Book Blogging Community | March

  1. Thanks for linking my post Stephanie! Sorry for such a late comment, I’m just coming back out of a slump and catching up on posts and comments is hard since there are TONS! I’m glad you can relate to some of the pressures I listed in my post though! 🙂

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