Seventeen Reasons Why I Love Being a Book Blogger



At the beginning of the year, I posted my 750th blog post. It was a milestone I never expected to hit, having never imagined I’d still be blogging over two years after I made my blog. I know that to some people it is a “sad” hobby, or others may not understand why anyone would spend so much time doing something they’re not getting paid for, but the simple truth is that I love book blogging. And why would anyone want to give up something they love?

A message from a blog reader a few days ago, who was considering setting up a book blog but wasn’t sure if it was worth it, got me thinking of all the reasons why I enjoy book blogging. So not just because I am procrastinating on writing a few book reviews, I decided to share all the reasons I love being a book blogger and why you are not getting rid of me just yet…

My Top Ten Books of 2015!



Hello and a belated happy new year! My blog has been quiet for the past month but all for good reasons I promise – as my reading has slowed down, I’ve been working away at the first draft of my very own novel. At the beginning of this month, along with my lovely friend Jo of Comet Babe’s Books, I joined the RNA New Writer’s Scheme and I hope this will be the motivation for me to keep on going with the contemporary romance I begun during NaNoWriMo last year – and maybe one day I’ll have my own exciting bookish news to share too!

Anyway – it’s a bit late but I couldn’t start my 2016 blogging without showing off some of my very favourite reads of 2015. I had a slightly rubbish end to my reading year and in November and December, I barely finished a book (and you all know that’s not like me!). But for the majority of the year, I was lucky enough to read lots of fantastic books and I had a battle narrowing my eighteen book shortlist down to my top ten! But here they are…

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