Discussion Posts, Features

Bookish Babble: How Do You Organize Your Bookshelves? Featuring 8 Ways To Arrange Your Books

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I recently reorganized my bookcases because they were in desperate need of an uncluttering & unhaul.  It was getting to the point where I was just stacking books up in front of the others and I had no more room for new books.  I just couldn’t put it off any longer!  

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Discussion Posts, Features

Book Blogging Babble: What Makes You Click (or NOT Click) That Follow Button?

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Hello bookworms!

Today I want to talk about what makes us follow or NOT follow a book blog…

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Discussion Posts, Features

Blogging Babble: Blogger/Follower Expectations

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 Well I’ve been blogging for over a year now and I have yet to post discussion posts regularly… Actually I think I’ve posted a total of 2 since I started blogging.  It’s just sad really.  BUT I have been working on lots of ideas, so hopefully this is going to change moving forward.

Today, I wanted to talk with my fellow bloggers about blogger/follower expectations…

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Discussion Posts

Bookish Babble: Setting Goals for 2017

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Do you set goals for yourself at the start of each year?

I find that setting goals at the beginning of every year helps to keep me motivated throughout the year.  I am so big into making goals, that I not only make yearly (“long term goals”), but also monthly (“short term”) goals.  That’s right, I love goals!

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In this post I am going to give some helpful hints for setting your bookish goals for 2017, and also share my own goals for 2017.

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Discussion Posts

Bookish Babble: Bookworm Stereotypes

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Hello bookworms!

Today I am excited to share with you the first of a new feature on my blog, Bookish Babble!  (Oh how I love a good alliteration)  I have been wanting to do discussion posts for a while now, however I had many excuses reasons for not attempting a discussion post until this point in my blogging journey.  Most of these reasons centered around the fact that I am a big fat chicken and was too scared to put myself out there, but I also had some legit reasons.  My biggest reason being that I wanted to build up Cover2CoverMom’s following before attempting discussion posts.   After all, what is the point of a discussion post if no one reads it?  Without followers, it kind of defeats the whole discussion post concept when it is a one sided discussion.  Now I am not saying that I am setting the world on fire in the followers department, but I now feel confident that at least one person is bound to read this post, thus making it all worthwhile.

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