I've heard on a few occasions that Mandy and I drop a lot of posts during the week (true) and that as much as everyone enjoys our content, it's a lot to keep up with. The last thing we want to do is spam inboxes, so today's post is a quick how-to on receiving weekly … Continue reading HOW TO: Receive (1) Email Update a Week from WordPress
Today, the BPR princesses are taking on rants. We are definitely no stranger to a good rant here at Book Princess Reviews. Mandy and Sha have shared a few over the past years here — erm, perhaps with Mandy leading the pack — with a couple books that got our blood pumping in the wrong … Continue reading Book Rants: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
When I started my book blogger career, the thought of a read-a-thon had me quaking in my metaphorical boots (I do all my reading in fuzzy socks, let's keep it real here). I pictured a timer ticking in the not-so-distant background while I furiously tried to keep up with books and also write coherent reviews. … Continue reading #POLL: Read-a-Thons, YAY or NAY?
If you're reading this, you most likely have a book blog and have been around the book blogging block a few times. Or perhaps you're still a bit new to the book blogging scene, and you have somehow stumbled upon this quite pink and Disney fangirling blog. Maybe even you were like me once upon … Continue reading So, you want to start a book blog? A starter pack on what you will need – BPR edition!
It all comes down to this, y'all. Where do your truest passions lay in the book social media universe? BOOKSTAGRAM? or BOOK TWITTER? BOOKSTAGRAM Pros: 📷 amazing book pics 📷 fun polls, Q&As, book info easily accessible in Insta Stories 📷 creativity: explore filters, colours, set-up 📷 dabble in video making w/out committing to a YouTube TWITTER Pros: … Continue reading #POLL: Bookstagram or Book Twitter?
This discussion topic came to me after my third Twitter hiatus following an explosion of call-outs and angry tweets threw my anxiety into overdrive. Book drama does not inherently mean angry people. But a lot of the time, book drama does lead to angry responses, subtweets, and very vague, very sweeping statements. I'm not going to … Continue reading Should You Engage in Book Drama?