Good morning, everyone! It’s mid-December which means it’s time for another installment in my Around the Blogosphere feature. For those of you who don’t know, this is a monthly feature I do to highlight some recent posts that other bloggers have shared that I really enjoyed and/or found thought-provoking. I know it can be difficult for people to find new blogs to read and my hope is that this feature makes it a little easier. 🙂 Without further ado, let’s take a look at some recent posts from fellow bloggers!
- Taryn at Read With Taryn did an excellent, thorough, and very well-put discussion on what it’s like being a new adult in the book community. I’ve been struggling with this recently too, considering that I still read primarily YA, but have been seeing a lot of discussion around adults taking over the YA community and thus have felt a little out of place. At the same time though, the New Adult books that are available aren’t really what I’m super interested in reading. Anyway, Taryn really did an excellent job putting my own thoughts into eloquent words so go read her post.
- Leah at Small Queer, Big Opinions put together a recommendation list of books with Jewish main characters. Considering Hanukkah is in full swing right now, this is the perfect time to check out some of these books!
- Erin at Quillable put together a quite useful holiday gift guide, complete with several book recommendations for various types of bookworms.
- Mikaela put together a fantastic and super helpful post with some tips on increasing traffic on your blog. If you’re looking for advice on increasing page views, I very highly recommend taking a look at this post.
- How many of my fellow bookstagrammers wish it were easier to photograph ebooks? Joséphine at Word Revel gave some tips in a recent post and I’m definitely going to give them a try (as soon as I get back into posting on bookstagram…)!
That’s all for this month’s Around the Blogosphere! Let me know what you think of these posts and feel free to link me to some recent posts you’ve enjoyed reading.
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