10 Funny Book Dedications

Those words of thanks from an author to someone special…. They´re often found on the dedication page.

You know, the page most people love to skip because they want to immediately get started with the story? Yeah. That page.

Book dedications might not be of major importance to a story, but some dedications are totally worth taking a look at.

Alas!

Here are 10 Funny Book Dedications

 

  1. Oh?

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2. I hope I´m not on this author´s shit – list.

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3. I bet Dad beamed with pride ( and waved back at the book )

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4. Sir Kmart Asshole.

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5. Uuhm…. okay ( hangs head ). 

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6. I´ve always wondered about that.

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7. Dear author, I can relate.

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8. Poor Mr. Marganit.

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9. Best. Line. Ever.

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10. Oops.

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It´s worth looking at book dedications. You just never know what you´re going to read.

 

That´s it for now…. Stay tuned for more…. ❤ ❤

What Does A Book Blogger Do?

“So, basically, you read a book and type up a review.”

A statement made by non – book friends, neighbors, my husband and even by my own mother. Actually, that´s what everyone, who isn´t involved in the book business, says to me.

My instinct tells me to take a book and hit the people I love with it. But physical education is illegal, so… It suddenly dawned on me that others have no clue as to what a book blogger actually does.

 

No. Sadly enough, 6 trillion other book bloggers, including myself, do NOT only read and review books. Reading and reviewing is just one aspect of the deal. Just one of many!

There are a few book bloggers who stick to the book blogger basics ( uploading reviews only ) but, they eventually get sucked into trying new things out, too.

Sooner or later – We all get to that special point where we want to become a part of the ever evolving book blogging community and end up doing so much more.

As fun as book blogging sounds, and IS, it´s  TIME CONSUMING! I felt the need to put that in caps to get my point across.

We´re not taking about food or makeup blogging, here. We´re talking about the stuff that not only entertains a person but also educates people. Book blogging is about expressing one´s self. It´s about sharing news on what´s hot and not. Book blogging also is satisfying for one´s own needs in form of discovering new books / authors and helping others with what to read next.

That´s pretty much the glory side of the business, all wrapped up in a nice package. In reality, though, book blogging goes deeper. Much deeper than any outsider could imagine.

Book blogging is intense. It all about hard work with little or no pay. You sometimes need to dig out those big girl panties and thick skins to survive!

It´s time to put an end to the thought of book bloggers “just reading and reviewing”. It´s time to educate the poor souls who think us book bloggers do nothing but hide and read. Book blogging is serious business and it takes tough cookies to master the craft of handling books and blogs from the ass crack of dawn until stupid o´clock.

Let´s start with WHAT IT IS BOOK BLOGGERS ACTUALLY DO.

 

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Yes. Book bloggers read alot.

 Probably too much, if you ask anyone who´s not a book blogger. The ugly truth is – Some book bloggers read 3 – 4 books a week. And when ARCs ( Advanced Readers Copies ) are thrown in the mix then bloggers have to step up their reading game to make the deadline. Standard reading for a book blogger would be 1-2 books a week, which is still more than any mortal would do. Book bloggers have to be up to date with new releases, etc. 

It´s also not uncommon for a book blogger to read more than 1 book at a time. I have books in my bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, livingroom…. Lots of unfinished gems.

 

“Reading is always fun.” – said no one, ever.

Not completely true. Reading is, most of the time, fantabulous. But once in a while a book blogger receives an ARC and those aren´t always fun. If a review is requested then there´s no beating around the reading bush. We have to read, page for page, in order to give our full opinion on the book ( skimming´s not allowed ). Our brains have to fully concentrate on the book at hand. It´s a different kind of concentration we have to maintain. And that, my dear friends, can be exhausting. If we read ARCs twice a week then some of us are just pooped beyond words.

It´s worse  when the ARC received is not really our cup of tea. It´s then a “pulling teeth” situation that can have us taking a reading break or make us re-read our favorite novels just to wipe our brains clean.

That might sound mean but it´s a fact.

 

#2

Golden Rule #1 – There are no rules.

 Thank all that´s pink and fluffy for the million outlets that are at our disposal! Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, oh my! A blog isn´t the only place to spread the word. Book bloggers are magicians when it comes to social media. 3 hours and 20 clicks, 6 post saves, 5 scheduled posts later and a book blogger has covered all book bases, making sure EVERYONE in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD sees the book they´re promoting.  But we´re not just excellent at promoting books and authors…. we excell at promoting ourselves, as well! We do that by…

  • doing Facebook posts
  • Coming up with catchy lines for Twitter
  • Being fabulous on Instagram
  • Interacting other people 
  • Creating promo  worthy fan art or graphics
  • using our children / pets ( because they´re cute…and stuff )
  • making videos

We know how the ball rolls and how to work the book mill and we use all we have to get the word spread. 

We´re the invisible cheerleaders.

 

#3

 Our creativity has no end and will never find one!

Our creativity is not narrowed down to writing reviews and thinking of smart and halfway intelligent FB / Twitter posts. Our creativity goes a step further than that.

We´re creative with our blog, too. Did you know that we´re also designers? That´s right, my little Padawans. Us book blog folk spend just as much time with designing our beloved blog as we would with re-decorating our livingroom ( well, probably not. Since there´s hardly time for that..LOL ). We pick a theme, change colors, create logos, move things up and down, left and right until we´re satisfied with how everything looks.

Don´t be fooled. Coming up with ideas is hard work. It involves a night with only one bathroom break.

And guess what? The design is never final. Us book bloggers are constantly changing things over time. Why? Because we have so many ideas and constantly think of ways to improve our appearance. That´s what moody artists do, right? We change things all the time.

* throws pencil across table and aggressively bites in chocolate crossaint while glaring holes in the air *

Life vs. Book Blogging.

Book bloggers often don´t like having to slip back into reality. Real life just has too many challenges. Reading is much easier.

But, we have to eat at some point. We have to sleep, answer the phone, let the dog out…. Life gives us endless chores. No wonder we like to read!

Let me tell you a secret. I don´t really have time to blog. I don´t have time to read, either. Between having kids, an attention seaking husband, my social life outside the house, work, household chores and school…. I don´t really have time to do anything besides drop dead on the sofa after the kids hit the sack. I´m not a soccer mom. Far from it, actually. But life itself is demanding at times.

So, I´m basically 13 hours on my feet then hop on the internet until the ass crack of dawn to get some book blogger stuff done. Same goes for reading.  That is – if I don´t manage to fall asleep before.

My days need more than 24 hours.

But somehow I still manage to find some hours in my impossible schedule. I really can´t tell you how I do it. I just do. And I pay a high price, too. Result: Chonic exhaustion.

 

Sleep is highly overrated.

Who needs sleep? I sure don´t. Many book bloggers don´t, either.

A book blogger quickly learns how to function during the day after having only 4 or 5 hours of sleep. It´s a fact.

Personally, I´ve earned my stripes. It took me years of practice to find the right toothbrush in the a.m. or to not bump my shoulder against the doorframe. Mixing up salt and sugar was yesterday. Now, I can read a book until 4 a.m and still wake up at 7 a.m ( like, once a month ). I might not look like a Disney princess but that´s not important. Important was the chapter I shoved in before I passed out from exhaustion! YAY for ME!

And if I´m not reading until stupid o´clock I´m hanging out at my favorite playground – The internet!

Here´s a small list of things book bloggers try to get done while not sleeping.

  • Come up with something to post on Facebook and Co.
  • Take pics for Instagram and work on them
  • reply to comments
  • visit other blogs ( another aspect that takes TIME )
  • getting back with people you accidentally ditched
  • write reviews
  • Procastinating and unleashing the creative beast within
  • Read 1 – 5 books.

See? There´s absolutely no time for sleep. None.

 

Book Blogging Is Dangerous Business.

There´s a golden rule when it comes to uploading reviews: Hide afterwards. Especially when you publish your not so nice opinion on a highly popular book that has a large, passionate fanbase.

Hence the need for the big girl panties because some fans can be vicious little turds who will stop at nothing to bring you down and make sure you end up in social media jail just because you shared your opinion. An opinion they don´t agree with. There´s always that one special person, a leader of the book troll army who waits for an opportunity to bash a reviewer.

Besides being hunted down by the fan mob, us book bloggers tend to be highly opinionated. We will express, both, our love and hate   dislike for a book in a very passionate and, sometimes, clever way.

We create posts using our large vocabulary all while experiencing our own Battle of the Bastards.

Book Bloggers know how to survive!

* picking up pitch fork / baseball bat / heavy hardcover *

 

Blogger Statistics: Acting like we know what we´re doing – 60%

Actually knowing what we´re doing- 40%.

Sad, right? * snorts * It´s not sad at all. The reality is – Most of us are winging the book blog world as it comes. It´s not our fault people assume we take 2 minutes, tops (!!), for a clever constructed Facebook post. Hey, most of us are happy our fat finger syndrome doesn´t screw things up for us.

When it comes to doing new stuff…. Well, we just act like we know what we´re doing because it would look unprofessional if we didn´t.

We´re the silent assassins, lurking in the corners of the internet.

A special part of our job is to be alert. We have to have our eyes in a lot of places at the same time just so we don´t miss out on something new. A nice side effect of being a silent book assassin is the ability to see more than we want and end up benifiting from the stuff we learn.

In 7 years I´ve learned that:

  • Appearance is half the rent! It´s actually crucial for a book blogger. Graphics, logos, banners, fonts, formatting, colors, selfies, Instagram pictures, and even emojis are important. Don´t have or use any of the above then you need to step up your game.
  • Email structure is mandatory. Although, I have to admit that I don´t care about typing up a professional email. Life is too short. Be wild. Write crappy emails and include 6 hundred hearts before sending the email off to a publishing house! ( and hope for the best)
  • Having a calendar. Because you want to know when books release, blog tours start, etc. You don´t want to be like me, wondering WHEN, HOW and WHY you´ve missed ANOTHER important release dispite having a calendar. Use the damn thing!
  • How to network. It´s all about making friends or connecting with others.
  • How to not make the same mistakes other blogs made. The more you look the more you see and the more you understand. The end result: The more you can do better from the get – go.

 

How much time the world thinks book bloggers need for a review / blog post: 20 minutes.

How long I actually take to write, polish and upload a review or blog post: 2 hours – 4 days.

That! The big secret revealed at last! Blog posts aren´t always a walk in the park. Sometimes it takes a book blogger an hour, if everything goes smooth, to publish a post and sometimes it takes days to come up with the right words before hitting that publish button. What´s taking so long, you ask? Ha! I´m glad you asked. Have a drink while I unroll my book blogger scroll:

  • Sorting out thoughts. Seriously, this is something that takes up a lot of time. You can´t just write ” I enjoyed the book.” and call it a day ( and a review, for that matter). That´s not a book review. You have to craft the post. Mold it and give it your personal touch. You also have to find the right timing.
  • Finding the right graphics takes up time, as well. If you like to be creative with images and gifs then be prepared to sit until your ass becomes numb.
  • Searching for links. It doesn´t matter if you need purchase links or social media links; There´s nothing remotely “quick” about collecting links for a blog post. You think it takes 5 minutes when in reality, you´ve spent 30 minutes searching for 2 links.
  • Polishing a blog post before you upload it. This one I love and hate the most. Before anything goes out I double, triple check everything, such as: Spelling, formatting and images. Sometimes you think you finally got it but then end up re-writing the whole blog post because something seemed wrong, unfitting or you re-write the blog post simply because the whole thing was…. shit.
  • Coming up with brilliant ideas for a blog post and end up forgetting about them. I have this problem. It´s like opening the fridge but forgetting what you wanted to get out. You stare at the yoghurts and cheese like a fool, trying to remember what it was you wanted. It´s the same with ideas for blog posts.

It doesn´t matter if a book blogger wants to write about a serious topic or if the book blogger wants to do a simple and fun post… Both demand time and love.

PS – I´m on day #4 with this blog post. And right now, it´s 2:45 a.m. ( just thought that might interest you. If not, carry on as if nothing had happened )

YES! WE CAN DO MAGIC! We make the impossible possible!

“Can you beta read for me?” SURE!

“Can you share my post?” OF COURSE!

“Do you want to be apart of the cover reveal?” ABSOLUTELY!

No matter how stuffed a book blogger schedule is- There´s always time for an author in need.

We enjoy the little things in life.

There comes a time when a book blogger is rewarded for their hard work. And that reward comes in form of a simple act of appreciation.

“Thank you.”

That´s usually all a blogger needs to read / hear in order to feel the need to keep going.

You see, book blogging… as wonderful as it often is… hardly gets recognition. Many authors or readers take us and our work for granted.

Book bloggers don´t fish for compliments. Quite the opposite, actually. Most, if not all, of us post reviews and bookish stuff just because we want to. Not because we have to. I sure as Hell don´t have to spend my nights with toothpicks holding my eyeslids open but I do it because I find a certain kind of joy in book blogging.

I don´t necessarily like reading until 4 a.m. but I do it because my love for a story is sometimes greater than knowing which kid is standing infront of me at 7 a.m. ( okay. That´s not true. I always know which kid is talking to me. I have a chatty, morning person kid and an evil beast who needs 2 hours alone time before anything happens. I think I´ve just outed myself as a terrible mother. Oh, Lord. I´m definitely going to Hell now. Let´s just forget this part and move on. Remember: I love my kids )

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We want to be apart of the fun and mingle, even if we´re shy and have no idea what we´re doing. We´re a humble bunch with sharp minds.

Without those likes, follows and comments, we have no other way to feel any kind of appreciation.

Sure, it would be nice if some of us got paid for our hard work. But we know that´s not going to happen. No book blogger has ever become a millionaire through writing. We´re aware of that and we accept that.

That´s why we´re over the moon with joy when we receive a simple THANK YOU or any other single word praise. That just shows us that our creativity paid off. Someone actually liked what we put out there. No matter if the kindness was aimed towards a review or a bookish post… it´s always wonderful when someone recognizes a book bloggers work for what it´s worth.

It´s a silent moment of happiness ( because we haven´t found a way to hop through the computer screen and hug the person who was kind. Yet. )

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All in all, we´re moody, over exhausted, loveable book loving creatures who fight the clock every day of our lives. And….

WE DO NOT JUST READ AND REVIEW! ( again, the caps to get the point across )

Do you hear me, Mom? I do NOT just read a book and spend 5 minutes typing a review then spend the rest of my hours watching Johnny Depp clips on Youtube.

 

Do you hear me, Husband? I do NOT just stare at Johnny Depp clips on Youtube. I actually blog… If you´d look at my blog you´d notice.

 

To my bestie, Lindsey Clarke ( author from the glorious The Whitechapel Chronicles): I found new Johnny Depp clips where he doesn´t look so chewed up!

 

I think this is your cue!  If you liked this post then feel free to leave a like and / or comment.  If not then I still appreciate you taking your time to read. I hope you enjoyed!

 

Much Love,

Morgana ❤

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skimming Pages and Not Finishing A Book

Have you ever heard of book skimming?

Well, if you´re a book blogger, author or even an avid reader then you´re probably well acquainted with the term.

Book skimming is nothing other than letting your eyes fly through words on pages in a book. Over – looking parts that feel insignificant for a reader. Or, dare I say… the boring bits of a story?

 

And what about not finishing a book? Have you ever done that? Save yourself from answering that one because I know you have at least one book in your bookshelf  you haven´t finished. Book people call that DNF ( Did Not Finish ). It´s when a book isn´t one´s cup of tea and a reader cannot be bothered to waste their hours to finish it.

 

But why do we do either?

Let me answer that one for you, too.

“D´uh. I skimmed through chapters because they were boring.”

“D´uh. I DNFed the book because it was awful.”

That´s usually the case.

The inability to grab a reader’s attention. The lack of excitement. Of course, there are many other reasons as to why a reader would skim story bits or DNF the whole thing right on the spot.

Personally, I don´t DNF a book but I do skim. I´ve done it, maybe, twice in my whole reading career. My reasons for both aren´t that confusing.

I don´t like to DNF books. No matter how awful I think the story is I will push myself and finish those suckers even if it pains me. The reason for that is because I buy print books. And printed books are expensive ( if you buy a few a month, that is). To DNF a book that cost me 10 – 15 Euros would look like I have money to throw away. I don´t. So, I grind my teeth together and finish reading. I´ll feel bad if I don´t ( and I don´t want the hassle with returning the book).

If you´re wondering why I don´t just go to the library and get my books there… Well, I would if there was a library near me. And I don´t consider Kindle Unlimited a library. Enough talk about Kindle Unlimited.

Others seem to have less difficulty DNF – ing a book. Which is perfectly fine. I understand when readers become aggravated with the story or when they can´t feel the characters or dislike the writing style.  I can easily understand a reader when they read a book that has more errors than not and decides to DNF. I feel everyone´s pain.

 

As for skimming a book – I do it and feel perfectly fine skimming a few pages here and there. Yes. It´s kind of like cheating. In a way, I´m skipping information that might be significant for the story. Keyword: Might. (I´m pretty sure when I´m reading a romance that the 10th sex scene will not be a game changer)

Sadly, the term is treated as a dirty little secret in the book world. No one likes to admit they skimmed or skipped pages of a book. That would be uncalled for.  A no – go. Just as an author wouldn´t like to hear about someone skimming parts of their book. And because of that, skimming through chapters becomes a secret sport done by all.

 

Skimming is normal, though. Any reader who skims isn´t commiting a social crime. They´re just not interested in stuff they probably already know /have already figured out on their own.

The main killer, the #1 cause that leads to book skimming are too many details. In depth descriptions that go on and on and on, without an end in sight. Story details.

But details are important, right? Yeah. They are. Without details in a story we´d be reading 200+ pages of dialogue. Readers need an author to help paint a picture. BUT (!!!) what readers don´t need it to know is how many stitches were required to make that fluffy, lavender, goose feather filled pillow. They don´t need 4 pages with a full  description of a pillow.

“We know what a pillow is. Some of us have pillows. Please, continue with the story.”

Many authors overstep the fine line between adding informative details and  including unnecessary page fillers.

But who decides what details are significant or not? A reader does. Always. Book details are a matter of taste. Some readers enjoy details. Some don´t.

It´s also not unheard of to skim through pages of a book you absolutely love.

Are there stories you haven´t skimmed through?

In my case, yes. There are quite a lot of books that had my full attention from start to finish. Only a few had unnecessary details that did not interest me in the slightest ( e.g. the 20th sex scene in a 250 page book ) Anything that receives more than a 1 page dedication is an overkill for me and will be skimmed through.

Then there´s that nasty book cheating issue. A book cheater is a person who reads enough reviews and claims to have read said story.

A very popular tactic among book bloggers. But that´s a different bedtime story for another night.

 

So, what did we learn today? That skimming through a book isn´t as terrible as it´s painted out to be. DNF-  – ing a book isn´t the end of the world. Book details can be buzz – kill.

It´s okay to do both or either, or none at all. It´s up to a reader.

 

Thank you for taking your time to read my post on Skimming Pages and Not Finishing A Book. If you enjoyed this post then do feel free to show it by liking or commenting.

Much Love,

Morgana xoxo

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mug Monday & Bookish Private Life

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My daughter´s dream career.

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Disney´s Baby Princesses Mug- Purchased in Paris

 

Happy Mug Monday!

It feels like I haven´t done one of these since…. Okay. I can´t remember. Let´s forget about that.

My topic of the week is something I´ve been wanting to share for a while but with my girls around ( and me falling asleep right when Mommy Time starts ) it´s hard to share bookish stories about my private life.

It´s probably known by now that I have 2 girls. Eve, my 10-year-old day dreamer… And Lillian, my 6-year-old firecracker. They don´t kid you when they say you´ll never have two of the same kind ( and by “they” I´m referring to the neighbors, my mother, mother in-law and every other woman who had kids and even the one´s who don´t have kids ).

For a while now, my babies are living out the phase of making plans for their future.

“I wanna be a dancer / a singer / a firefighter / a vet. I wanna pick flowers for a living!”

Most of the time those bold statements are followed by these questions:

“Do I have to see blood when I become a vet? Can I be one without having to deal with blood? Do I have to dance in front of an audience, or can I just dance at home?”

Innocent questions asked by innocent minds and all those dream jobs and questions come from my youngest, Lillian. Eve has only had one dream job she´s been wanting to do ever since the job picking phase in my house started.

She wants to become a writer.

“Mommy, what do I have to do to become a writer?”

She´s 10, so she can deal with the truth, right?

The first thing I wanted to say was, “Are you sure?!” but decided I didn´t want to make her doubt her choice of profession.

“Baby, being a writer is hard work. It´s not as easy as you think it is.” Is what I say to her, instead. And it´s true. Being a writer isn´t easy. Not that I´ve experienced that at first hand…. I haven´t. I´m not an author. But thanks to the blogging years I have under my belt I´ve seen enough struggling authors to last me a lifetime.

“What´s not easy about being an author? I have tons of ideas, Mom.” And I see the determination in her eyes. She wants to become a writer and she isn´t going to allow me to crush that dream for her. She has yet to comprehend that I´m not crushing any dreams… I´m helping her understand the hardships of being a writer.

“It´s not only about ideas, babe. If you have the ideas then collect them. Add to those ideas. Write them all down. You can even use my laptop to write. Make sticky notes and plaster your room with them. Take a notepad to school with you, incase you think of something fabulous to write about. Just never let that idea disappear.  But, what good are ideas if you have no one who reads them?”

I think this is a point a lot of authors can relate to. Not my child, though. For her, it´s more than enough if me, my husband, both Grandma´s and a few school friends read her stories. And that´s more than fine. In fact- If that´s the route she believes she should take then she has my full support.

Have I mentioned how determined Eve is? Ever since our little discussion she´s been writing like a mad – child. Every night she presents a new chapter of her latest “Moonlight Wolf” short story and wants me to edit the chapters for her at night.

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Right side- My daughter´s chapters, waiting for edits.

Am I proud? Definitely! She wants to be a writer. If that´s her dream job then I´m the last person to object. Who am I to argue with someone over their dreams, right?

Now, to the mug…. Dear Heavens above! Last year we thought a Family Trip to Paris would be a great idea. All 4 of us, driving down to the city of love. The girls made HUGE plans. All they wanted to see was the Eiffel Tower and the rest?… They didn´t care much for whatever else Paris had to offer. Hubby and I have visited Paris many times before so we had a good idea on what we could do with the girls and how to make their city vacation a great experience.

We had it all planned out. We made charts and reservations. We bought tickets to all major tourist attractions to avoid standing hours in line. We were prepared. 4 days in Paris and we were determined to exhaust our girls and fill their minds with beauty and history. ( That´s a parent´s dream. If you ask my kids what they remember of our Paris vacation they´ll just say they had to walk a lot )

We were not prepared for the Disney store on the Champs Elysees.

Let´s just say we spent over 2 hours in there and spent more money than I planned to ever spend in a Disney store for Disney stuff.

Thankfully, I was able to buy myself a mug. A self-pity purchase, on my part. A note to all parents: Never take your children in a Disney store. You´ll never get them out. Not even the Eiffel Tower will get them to leave.

 

That´s it for today. I hope you enjoyed my little private bookish blog post.

Until next time!

 

Much love,

Morgana ❤

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Project: Book Bloggers Connected

There´s nothing more satisfying and frustrating than book bloggers. We´re like witches who can create fabulous magic but we can also be vicious little turds and crush anything with a few words.

Book Bloggers are a cruel lot.

They´re the people who give worthy or worthless opinions on books. They´re the people who authors rely on alot.

Book bloggers have an invisible power, you see. These people can work some serious magic and make new friends along the way.

I was at my favorite bookstore the other day. And as always, a sales lady walked up to me and started recommending books.

That moment, I felt an incredible sense of joy because I realized we were book blogging, face to face. Call it: Indirect book blogging ( because book blogging happens mainly on the internet).

We had a nice chat. Swapped ideas, likes and dislikes… We talked about the popular genres and how much they influence the book world.

One thing led to another and somehow we ended up exchanging social media links.

Mind you, our personal reading tastes went in complete opposite directions yet we still found we had more in common than not.

The love and appreciation for books. 

That´s when an idea hit me.

If book bloggers can meet on a neutral ground and discuss the rights and wrongs of the book world without making the discussion into a piss contest… Why not offer a neutral ground, a platform for book bloggers to connect!

The problem with the already existing book blogger groups / forums / chat rooms are:

There aren´t enough discussions and opportunities for bloggers. It´s always about pimping author X and making sure that author Y gets more exposure.

But what book blogger´s needs? What about sharing experiences or talking about the latest, wackiest book accessories?

That´s why I brought Book Bloggers Connected to life.

Book Bloggers Connected is a place where book bloggers are invited to chat about blogging and even create discussions ( light or deep, all are welcome ) for other fellow book bloggers. 

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If you happen to be a book blogger then feel free to join the Facebook group!

If you aren´t a book blogger but you know quite a few that might be interested in joining – add them! Spread the word!

Book bloggers are fun people who love to interact! Let´s get all in one place!