Should book blogging be pure love of reading or corrupted by financial motives? Or is it maybe some place awkwardly in between?
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I periodically get in funks where nothing quite seems to "work" for me and I find myself reading three or four books at one time looking for something that will connect or get the juices flowing again; something that compels me to write because I want to get my opinion down rather than writing because I haven't written anything here for awhile.
To be successful at blogging do you need to read and comment on blogs?
Cover of The Social Media Marketing Book As I have noted before, the fine folks over at NetGalley operate sort of like an open bar for alcoholics. People who just don’t have enough books to read can get a hold of even more! I kid, of course, as it is a very convenient way to get review copies without making your TBR pile even more of a fire hazard. Speaking of which, one such digital galley I picked up was The Social Media Marketing Book by Dan Zarrella. Since social media plays a...
Be sure to read Mark Athitakis: The Way of the Litblog. This quote is worth the price of admission: I suspect that when somebody says that blogging had a “golden age,” the person means that there was a time (circa 2002) when it felt new and exciting, and the media wanted to do stories about it, and some people got a lot of attention really quickly (book deals! movie options!), and everybody got to have lively discussions and post pictures of puppies or argue about string theory, and it...
Someone envisions it here.