The world of blogging is continually changing. Share 3 things you are essential tried and true practices for every blogger and 1-3 new trends or tools you’ve adapted recently or would like to in the future. I have such a hard time planning for the future, since life keeps changing on me. I wouldn’t want

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Book bloggers blog because we love reading. Has book blogging changed the way you read? When I began blogging, I was looking for other readers to talk about books with. I’d hoped I’d find other people who read what I had read so we could have a discussion. As people began visiting my blog, I

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Today’s daily writing for Book Blogger Appreciation Week is about finding our place in the blogging community. The world of book blogging has grown enormously and sometimes it can be hard to find a place. Share your tips for finding and keeping community in book blogging despite the hectic demands made on your time and

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It’s Book Blogger Appreciation Week and I really appreciate you! Thanks for reading and appreciating the classics with me! For this giveaway, I am sending a gently used book  from my shelf (a double copy), and I will send it anywhere in the world. The Portrait of a Lady, by Henry James is often considered

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Book Blogger Appreciation Week’s topic today is to be about our blogging goals for the coming year. It is supposed to be concise, in 50 words or less. You may have noticed, but I’m not concise. Anyway, I included my goals in brief and then my goals explained. My goals in 28 words: Request fewer

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