My Top Book Blogging Tip

My one top tip to all book bloggers..

Admittedly I’m no expert, I’m still pretty new to this book blogging deal but if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s this..

DISSECT THOSE TAGS!

I love a good tag, they’re fun and easy reading BUT they can be repetitive and in some cases looooong.

I found myself one day filling out a book tag when I realised- I was struggling to contain my answers. I had so many things to say about each question!
Instead of writing one enormous post I could easily break it down into several smaller discussion posts.

If you find yourself writing lengthy paragraphs to answer one of 10 or 20 questions in a tag, STOP! You’ve been inspired, use it – don’t limit yourself.

If you’re looking for inspiration, you want to blog but you can’t think of anything to talk about right now, tags are a brilliant way of sparking an idea or giving you topics to discuss at a later date.

Here are just a couple of post examples I have in my back-up catalogue that were prompted by book tag questions..

*Why I Don’t Reread books
*Ebook vs Print
*Most Hated Relationship Tropes

There are many, many more but I have to leave you with a little mystery right? Hopefully you get the idea..

So that, readers, is my best advice to a book blogger.

What’s yours..?

Author: Roxanne Michelle

Dramatic, curly-haired wannabe writer from a nowhere town in Somerset. Stop-starter of all projects great and small. Here to talk books, film, mental health and lifestyle.

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