It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but one of my book blog resolutions was to bring this back, because I love giving shout outs to my favorite bloggers and my favorite content from them.
To be fair, I haven’t been able to read absolutely everything all of my favorite bloggers have posted, so there may be some I’ve missed.
Hopefully you find some great content here and great bloggers to follow:
Confessions of a YA Reader introduced me to the 2020 Series to Finish Challenge that I hadn’t heard of before her post.
I love favorites wrap up lists, and I really enjoyed how Nut Free Nerd listed their favorites of the last decade by release year.
Pages Unbound shared tips on how to read classics which is something I really would like to do more of.
Metaphors and Miscellanea defended the Goodreads Challenge (and I totally agree!)
Chelle’s Book Ramblings discussed reading for pleasure vs. reading for escape (and the difference between the two).
I love seeing bullet journal spreads from fellow book bloggers, and I really enjoyed seeing this one from Bookmark Your Thoughts.
Pages Unbound asked “Should Libraries Boycott MacMillan? I didn’t even know about this, so I really appreciated this post!
I always adore reading posts with reading goals, and Lili’s Blissful Pages had many that inspired me!
I adored this post from Bookiverse with tips on how to decide what to read next and ways to find it.
This was such a great little book blogger pep talk from Chelle’s Book Ramblings.
These were such great bookish hacks from Nut Free Nerd.
I so loved reading Kristin Kraves Books’ bookish discoveries in 2019.
Again, I love these wrap up posts, so I adored Another Book in the Wall’s Best Reads of 2019.
I love Birdie and her best books of the twenty-teens post!
I really liked seeing how A World of Books’ is tackling their TBR.
I’m so obsessed with this new challenge from The Cozy Pages: Kindle Klean-up!
Nine Tale Vixen asked, “How do you customize book recs?”
I’d like to get more into mysteries and thrillers, so I really appreciated this post from Kristen Kraves Books: Favorite Mysteries and Thrillers.
I love these Asian Reading Challenge recs from Drizzle and Hurricane Books.