The prompt for today’s post is Things That The Book Blogging Community Should Be Reminded Of.
Commenting is everything.
One of the best things about blogging is being able to connect with people who share your passion for books, and there’s no better way to do that then to comment on other people’s posts.
ARCs and page views are not everything.
If you spend your whole time blogging focusing on how many ARCs or page views you get, you’re going to miss out on making friends and discussing books with other people in the blogging community. Don’t get caught up in the glamour of blogging.
It’s your blog; do what you want with it.
It’s your blog – you’re not under an obligation to follow a certain schedule or to post certain posts. Do whatever makes you happy, not what other people expect you to do.
It’s okay to be unique.
Don’t try to conform your blog to be “like everyone else’s” – make it shine and make it unique. When it comes to cool features, special designs, or distinct writing styles, the more unique the better.