The Weekly Write-Up is where I talk about what’s gone on in the past 168 hours, both on the blog and off. So, this is my second week in a row posting this on Monday instead of Sunday. #DoubleFail. Buuut, I was busy yesterday launching the month’s Be a Better Blogger challenge! So, there’s that. Then there was the Super Bowl. Katy Perry was everything. I love her performances – it’s more than singing, it’s a freaking show, a celebration. There were sharks! And human beachballs! I want every outfit every backup dancer wore. Lenny was awesome but I wish […]
Your blog calendar was completely full. Reviews, interviews, tutorials, tour stops, the works. Your blog had everything a book lover could want, and your stats showed it. Email subscribers, Facebook likes, affiliate earnings; they were all going up. It’s an amazing feeling. I can speak to that. But it can’t last. The amount of work that it takes isn’t sustainable for a one-woman blog, which I know a lot of us are. Eventually, you’re tired, you’re overbooked, and what’s worse, running the blog isn’t fun anymore.
Welcome to day 9 of #BookBlogWriMo! Today we’re talkin’ bout that #blogflow. So if you can’t already tell from some of my other #BookBlogWriMo and Bumblings Blog Tips posts, I’m a bit of an organizational and productivity nerd. Actually, a bit of a nerd in general, but this is neither the time nor place to talk about the TARDIS onesie I’m currently wearing. But yeah, I love coming up with anal retentive workflows and systems when it comes to my book blog, even though I try not too treat it too much like a job or business instead of a […]
Bonus: scroll down to access a template for making your own Trello board! Welcome to the first post of my Bumblings Blog Tips feature! I’m so excited to help you all with your book blogging! I’ve managed several types of blogs, from personal to business to TV. Yet this book blog has been one of the most complex things to keep track of. For example, ARCs go through many stages. First you have to read them. Then you have to write a review, publish it, and usually cross-post it to Amazon and Goodreads and maybe NetGalley. And there’s a due […]