Ready to become a badass book blogger? You’ve come to the right place.
In September 2014, a few months into running Book Bumblings, I realized I was spending a lot of time answering people’s questions about blogging and social media on Facebook. Like any girl with blogging on the brain 24/7, I always kept a list of the questions I was asked.
So, I started book blogging about book blogging (I know, so meta).
I wrote about growing your email list, increasing your social media reach, and keeping everything organized without giving up sleep or burning out.
Now I’m looking for new ways to help you become a better blogger.
Book Blogging Resources
- Read & Review Book Tracker: An epic, massive spreadsheet to track every step of reviewing a book, from buying it or requesting the ARC through cross-posting it on Amazon and promoting it on Facebook.
- On-the-Ball Blog Tour Planner: A sister spreadsheet to the Read & Review Tracker, this one helps you track cover reveals, promo posts, and release day blitzes like a rockstar.
- Badass Book Bloggers: This forum/community is there for you when you have WordPress questions, need help promoting your latest blog post, or just want to hang out.
- SEO Checklist for Book Reviews: Get more blog traffic from people looking for info on the books you read. Make sure every book review is perfectly optimized (more SEO help here).
- Book Blogging Trello Board: Use the task manager app Trello to organize your book blog. Get access to a free template to set up your blog’s Trello board.
- Blog Post Ideas for Book Bloggers: Write more creative book reviews with this handy swipe file of ways to review a book by writing a list about it.
- Email Templates for Book Bloggers: Spend less time in your inbox and more time in your Kindle by using fill-in-the-blank templates for common emails.