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A typical day of a book blogger – Blogging schedule

Here is my typical day as a book blogger to inspire and help you make your own blog schedule that works.

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Create a blogging schedule that you’ll actually stick to

How hard is it for you to create a blogging schedule that you’ll stick to? What are the challenges you face when you make one? Let us talk.

Why are guest posts important to indie authors?

Why are guest posts important to indie authors?

Writing a book is just a part of your job as an indie author. Marketing your indie books is a huge task that begins after you finish your manuscript and get it published. As an indie writer, it is entirely up to you to get the word out there and get everyone...

Why book blogging is different from other niches?

Why book blogging is different from other niches?

As someone who has been a book blogger for a while and silently lurking in the blogging world for even longer, believe me when I say that book blogging is not like the other niches of blogging out there. True that blogging is blogging and you are anyway talking...

Join the Comment 4 Comment Challenge 2019!

Join the Comment 4 Comment Challenge 2019!

Being a successful blogger may mean different things to different people. But we all have to agree that getting a comment or a share on our blog definitely makes us a happy blogger. Even after a year of blogging on Elgee Writes I still love waking up to new comments...

Book review: The hate u give

Book review: The hate u give

The Hate U GiveĀ could be easily one of those books that everyone, irrespective of the age group, should be reading if at all you want to be a part of the change or at least to know how these things happen and affect people.

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

I just have to begin with I love Khaled Hossieni. There is something magical (sounds cliche I know) about his writing, his choice of words, metaphors and not the least the portrayal of human emotions. This is the second book of his that I am reading (and his third...