New Year, New Blog (Kinda)

I have been blogging here at Adventures of a Bibliophile for five years now. (I know, I can’t believe it, either.) It’s been a long journey from having almost no idea what I was doing and being totally new to the world of book blogging to where I am now. I’m really proud of how […]

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Merry Christmas!

Thank you for being such an incredible group of people. I look forward to interacting with you every day. You make this blog worth it. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday!

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American readers! I hope you have a wonderful day filled with family and friends and good food. This year, I am incredibly thankful for all of you. I cannot express how much your support means to me, and how grateful I am. 2018 was a tough year, but there is […]

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Blog Awards Q&A Pt. 2

There are a lot of blog awards out there, and I get nominated fairly often for various awards. And while I really appreciate the recognition from my fellow bloggers, I honestly just don’t have the time to dedicate a post to every single one. A while back, I did a post answering all the questions […]

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Publishing Money-Making Strategies I Hate

Between grad school and book blogging, I’ve learned a decent amount about the publishing industry for someone who does not work in the publishing industry. More importantly, it’s something that I pay much more attention to now. While, for the most part, I think this is a good thing, there are a few things that […]

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My Personal Canon

Today’s post is a bit of a fun one, because I’m going to share with you the books that have impacted me most throughout my life. I decided to go in chronological order, because I thought it would be interesting to see what books I’ve connected with over the years, and how books have slowly […]

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Blogging Goals

Now that I’m done with grad school, I’ve had the time to take a step back and reevaluate my blog a little bit. I’ve tried to implement some changes over the past several months, but it’s still not quite where I want it to be. I want to produce more quality content, and more content […]

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