Hey bookworms! Check out this great post by Celine about bookmarks and all the uses we have for them and the types that we use 🙂
As a reader, there’s only one thing I need to emphasize right here and right now. Bookmark is a lifesaver. Who can relate? I can’t read without a bookmark. Before, I literally use anything to mark my reads. Guess what they are. Trust me, you don’t even want to know. Let’s see what type of […]
via Bookworms : Bookmarks? — celinelingg
And don’t forget about our current giveaway that is happening:
We are busy over here reading a middle grade trilogy and will have a review of the first one for you tomorrow!
Hey bookworms. I read this post about buying lots of books and I completely relate to everything she says. It is my dream to own a room in my house (when I own a house as well) that is just covered wall to wall with books. It would be my own little personal library.
Check out her post to see why she keeps buying lots and lots of books.
Every time I post a book haul, I inevitably get a comment along the lines of “WOW! That’s a lot of books!” Yeah, I know. I buy A LOT of books. More than any person in their right mind would buy. Clearly, I have an addiction. But if I have to be addicted to something, […]
via Why I Buy So Many Books — Adventures of a Bibliophile
Hey bookworms! Every once and a while, I like to share a fellow blogger’s post to highlight some of the amazing talents we have in our blogging community. I felt that this post was fun and could apply to reading spots as well as writing spots.
Check out Samantha Blann’s creative and fun post on creating the purr-fect writing space.
by Samantha Blann Ahh the writing space: that magical place where all your words fall onto the page. It might seem like a place that only exists in your dreams, but it’s real, I promise you. The purr-fect writing space is different for everyone: Some writers like loud, busy cafes, while others prefer quiet rooms […]
via How to Create the Purr-fect Writing Space — The Cat’s Write
Hey there Bookworms. I have been busy working away but I did stumble across this post which I found to be very helpful. I wish I had this when I was starting out. Take a read and follow this blogger 🙂
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 […]
via Book Blogging for Beginners | Planning and Writing Posts — Adventures of a Bibliophile
Bookshelf is pride of a bookworm and it speaks about the personality of the owner! The way you arrange your books in shelves clearly states your preferences in life as well. American novelist Walter Mosley said, “A man’s bookcase will tell you everything you’ll ever need to know about him,” and this is absolutely true.…Read…
via What Does Your Bookshelf Reveal About You? — The Bookish Elf
This article is fantastic and I completely relate to this! Let me know your thoughts about how you arrange your bookshelf in the comments below!
Let’s get this out-of-the-way now, blogging takes up an inordinate amount of time. If it’s not coming up with ideas, or the actual writing, or the editing, then it’s the promotion, engagement and sharing of that post. Hell, it’s a full-time job. But wait, you already have one of those. Right now, you want to…
via Balance Blogging and life in 8 simple steps — The Nerdy Lion
I loved this blog post by The Nerdy Lion so I thought I would share with you guys! Enjoy and go give The Nerdy Lion a follow!
Have a great Tuesday.