Weekly Links

Here’s a look at some interesting things I read/ saw / thought / did this week.


❉ I need to seriously up my reading game and check out more of the titles on The Buzziest Books of 2017 (So Far) … I don’t think I’ve read any!

❉ But this list of The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2017 So Far is more up my alley.

❉ Do you think it’s true that In the time you spend on social media each year, you could read 200 books?

❉ Would you Read Bad Books … On Purpose? Nope – can’t say I would.

❉ Reading through The Pros and Cons of the Goodreads Challenge I realize that people take this way more seriously than I. Do you know you can change the number? I change it all the time – so I always WIN!

❉ I need to be a better fangirl because I don’t follow authors – let alone, Follow Authors You Haven’t Read … Do You?

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❉ I haven’t read all the Top Forty (Unconventional) Tips for Traffic Building yet – it’s a long article!

What All Bloggers Should Be Doing This Summer … summer is for planning!

My Thoughts // Do You Ever Look Back At Old Posts?? Hells yeah – that’s one way to get inspiration for new posts!

❉ And here are some tips on How to take a summer vacation from your blog without losing all your traffic.

❉ If you’re interested in upping your social media game, check out these tips in How To Create Flatlay Images for Instagram.

❉ Blog ideas alert – Topics I Need More Of.

After reading these articles, I’m in the mood to get some blog planning done! How far in advance do you have blog post topics outlined?


// Comments //

  1. I’m here again! You are too kind featuring my posts! I certainly don’t get how folks would want to read bad books. Why waste your time with bad books? I loved that post about the Goodreads challenge, there are pros and cons to all challenges really. You do get what you put in, though!

  2. I think you are right. I spend so much time on the Internet and social media. If I’d get off I could read so many more books each year.

  3. I always change my goodreads challenge too! I don’t like it to stress me out and I don’t feel like I need it to be a hard goal in order to encourage me to read 🙂 Plus by setting it to put me on track, I know how many books I’m on track to read in the year.

  4. Thanks for sharing!! I’m off to go check a few of these out…

  5. Ohh thank you so much for sharing all of these amazing blog posts 🙂