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As a book blogger, do you ever struggle to come up with ideas for blog posts? Today’s post is for you!

Blog Post Ideas For Book Bloggers

I thought it would be the perfect time to share some blog post ideas for book bloggers. Things that I am going to use moving forward – so if you see one of these topics pop up, it may be because I am stuck in a real hole and therefore need any inspiration.
We all struggle from time to time to come up with a new blog post idea. It’s also easy to get stuck in a blogging rut where you just keep posting the same type of content all the time.
If you need some blog topic inspiration, I’ve got you covered, well, I say I’ve got you covered but actually this list came from the internet (of course) but the author of this list is unknown. To whoever you are reading this, let me know if you have any really good go to ideas for blogs when your creative juices run a bit cloudy.

Here’s a list of 60 blog post ideas for your book blog:

1. Book Reviews

2. Book Hauls

3. Book Tags

4. TBR Lists

5. Currently Reading

6. Recently Read Recap/Wrap Up


7. Books Vs Movies/TV Shows

8. Favourite Books In ______________ genre

9. Best Books You’ve Read This Year


10. Favourite Authors


11. Take us on a tour of your bookshelf


12. Give some bookish advice


14. Interview a fellow book blogger


15. Share your Net Galley shelf


16. If you liked __________ read this


17. Your fictional bucket list


18. Characters you love/hate


19. Series you’re obsessed with


20. Share tips for book bloggers


21. Create a discussion post about books you feel strongly about


22. Rant about your bookish pet peeves


23. Create your own TBR Jar


24. Share about your bookish swag collection


25. Weigh up the pro’s and con’s of something e.g. Print books VS ebooks


26. Bookish gifts you’d like to receive/give


27. Your favourite fandom


28. Blogging tools


29. How to posts e.g. How to use Canva to create blog graphics or Bookstagram images


30. Event Coverage/Recaps


31. Readathon vlogs


32. Bookish merchandise


33. Quotes


34. Tips for working with publishers/authors


35. Lessons Learnt


36. Books with crossover appeal 


37. Bookworm problems


38. useful resources for book bloggers


39. Cover reveal


40. Take us on a visit to your library


41. Host a guest post


42. Best ________ books (insert genre, or by author)


43. Best character e.g. best villain, best father, etc…


44. Books every __________ should read e.g. books every teenage should read


45. How to review a book


46. Do a collaboration post with a fellow book blogger


47. Showcase book covers you love


48. Compare different movie adaptions of books


49. Share your love of an underrated author/book


50. Do a Q&A with your readers and answers their questions


51. Host a giveaway


52. What if ________ (create an alternative ending for a book)


53. Report on current news and events


54. A beginners guide to book blogging


55. Bookish DIY/crafts


56. List posts


57. Book blogger must haves


58. Behind the scenes: A day in the life of a book blogger


59. Your favourite book blogs to read


60. Your favourite booktubers/bookstagrammers etc…

So, 60 ideas for what to do when you just have no real creative impetus. I see that they have included a bookstagram (which, as i’m so uncool I had literally NO idea what that was!!) so I will be adding the link to my instagram too on here – you never know, I may work more photos of books and the like onto that, or it’ll just be a mix of everything in my life as normal!

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