Book Blogger Questions and Guest Posts

Book Blogger Questions and Guest Posts 

Hello and thank you for taking the time to talk with us about your site or channel!  Please answer at least 10 questions so we have a good long post.  For the guest post topics at the end please make sure to hit a minimum of 300 words. 


Where can readers follow you?

Blog:
Facebook page:
Goodreads:
Twitter:
Google+:
Amazon:
Pinterest:
Tumblr:
Instagram:
Other:

Also please make sure that we have a link to your icon. 

Please introduce yourself – How long have you been blogging? What’s the name of your blog? What made you decide to start a book blog?

Did you always want to be a blogger? If not what did you want to be? And how did the world of book blogging find you?


I know book blogging is suuuper time-consuming (some book bloggers have likened it to having a second job)… On average, between reading & maintaining your websites/social media platforms, how much time do you spend blogging?


Do you work another job or do you blog full time? 

 What book are you currently reading? Why did you choose to read this particular book?

Are you a blogger who is an aspiring writer?  Have you gotten plublished? How do you juggle both blogging and writing?

So how do you now decide whether to review a book or not?

How long does it usually take to read and review a title?

What are the top 3 characteristics you look for in a good book?

What motivates you to keep blogging about books?

What one piece of advice do you wish you’d had when you first started book blogging?

What’s your most popular blog post?

Do you have a favourite book of the year so far?

Do you have any advice for authors looking for successful blogger reviews?


If you could spend a night with any 3 authors (who are alive) who would it be and why?


Favorite happy ending from a book
Favorite sad ending from a book
The first book that made you realize reading means a lot to you
Favorite memories from the library
Book event you recently attended
Quotes from books you recently read
Your participation in a book group
How you keep focused during long writing sessions
Your feelings on the question of e-readers vs. print books
Books that you reread again and again
How you organize your bookshelf
How you keep track of all the books you read

Lets get into the services that your site offers! (please answer all of these questions)

Do you charge for guest posts, interviews, reviews, etc on your site? Please add any other links and information about services you offer. 

Do you post for book tour or PR companies? If so who is your favorite company to work with? 

Do you make a living off your site?  What tips do you have for others who wish do to do the same thing?

So finally, do you have any plans for your blog in the future? And is there anything else that you wish us to know? 


Booktuber Questions: 

How do you gain more followers? 

How does booktubing differ from being a traditional book blogger? 

How long does it take you to film, edit, and post each video? 

Please add anything else here you would like us to know. 


Guest Post Topics  (please choose one of these questions)

So you really do judge a book by its cover? Why do you think that Book Covers are So Important?

Is there something you wish authors knew about your blog or blogging?


Time to get a little personal. So, it’s no secret that the writing community can be a bit competitive (especially since social media allows for us to constantly play the comparison game)… Do you feel like there’s competitiveness amongst book bloggers (& about what)? If so, how do you combat that?


What is the best part of being a book blogger? Any personal stories to share about particularly awesome moments?


Pet Peeves of the bookish community?

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming a Blogger but wished you did 

How to Meet Deadlines and Remain Sane

How to Put Your Best Foot Forward at Conferences

What is the most unethical practice in the blogging industry? And what do you think could be steps to fix it? 

Controverial Guest Post Topics 
Do you think books for children through young adult should cover topics dealing with gender norms and the LGBT community? 
What are your thoughts with young adult books and the topic of terrorism? 
What are your thoughts with young adult book depicting the death penalty? 
Global Warming fact or fiction? Do you think this topic should be covered more in fiction books read today?
What are your thoughts with the use of drugs in young adult or even middle grade litature? 
Sex in YA!  How far is to far when it comes to this topic in todays young adult titles? What is to much?
How do you think the young adult genere has changed over the course of the last 10-20 years? Do you think it has gotten better or worse with the topics it covered then and now? 

Do you think that some books should not be published?




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