Mistakes I Made as a Beginner Book Blogger

Adventures of a Bibliophile is almost five years old! Hopefully that means we are out of the awkward stage. Honestly, I feel like this blog has become more reflective of my personality and what I feel passionate about over the past few years. I’ve gotten into the groove of blogging (for the most part) and […]

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Book Blogging for Beginners | Planning and Writing Posts

For me, at least, the most challenging part of blogging is actually writing blog posts. With a full-time job, it’s difficult to find the time and energy to blog (and still read enough to blog about). I’m sure most – if not all – of my fellow bloggers will agree: blogging takes so much more […]

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Book Blogging for Beginners | Blogging Burnout

Since I recently went through a bout of blogging burnout, I thought it was the perfect time to do another Book Blogging for Beginners post, this one all about how to deal with (and prevent) blogging burnout. Because burnout happens, and you shouldn’t let it kill your blog (or yourself). Here are a few things […]

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Book Blogging for Beginners | How to Get (and Keep) Followers

One thing I learned from previous blogs (there were several, some more successful than others) is that gaining followers takes time. I started Adventures of a Bibliophile knowing that it might be a long time before anyone even discovered my blog. I don’t typically share my blog with people I know in real life, so […]

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Book Blogging for Beginners | Managing Your “Second Job”

Any blogger will tell you that blogging takes up so much more time than they expected it would. It’s basically like having a second job, for which you either don’t get paid, or get paid very little. (Yes, there are exceptions to this rule, but don’t count on being one of them.) Over several years […]

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Book Blogging for Beginners | Starting a Blog

I’ve been blogging about books for nearly three years now, and Adventures of a Bibliophile has grown into a fairly successful blog (beyond what I’d ever expected). It’s taken a lot of hard work to get here, but I’m really happy with where I’m at. Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about book […]

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