Blog Posts I Loved This Week

I adore the blogger community. I am constantly in awe of the level of commitment and creativity! I know that I could be better at sharing posts from my fellow bloggers, so I plan to make this a weekly feature where I share some of my favourite posts of the week!

Em @ Em’s Bookish Musings wrote an important post about the cost of blogging. This is a topic that is not often talked about, which is a shame. I learned a lot while reading her perspective, especially as she lives outside of North America. I appreciated that she focus on the financial, social, and mental cost of blogging. A must read!

Katie @ Melting Pages shared seven tips and tricks on how to start a blog. These are all things I wish I had known before I created Kristin Kraves Books! I would have benefitted from more research, and I think many people will take a lot away from her post.

I wrote a post this week all about how much I love Gothic literature, so Anxious Nachos’ post about their favourite Gothic fiction could not have come at a better time. I added so many of these books to my TBR!

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Jennifer @ The Bibliofile Book Reviews shared 50 retellings of classic literature. If you are like me and you love a good retelling, this list is going to do a number to your TBR!

There are so many blog posts that I love each and every week, so this is just a fraction of the ones that stood out to me!

What was your favourite blog post of the week and/or do you have a post of your own that you are proud of? Leave a link in the comments!

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14 thoughts on “Blog Posts I Loved This Week

  1. I really enjoyed Elaine Howlin’s blog post about book memes this week. I love those! Nice post, Kristin. I always am looking forward to seeing what blog posts you’ve enjoyed over the week. Thanks for keeping us posted.

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