Anyways this won’t be as organized or feature as much as I would like. July was kind of slump for me both reading and blogging wise (which I’ll talk about more in my July Wrap-Up). But hopefully I’ll still be able to give some of these posts more attention that they deserve. And hoping that August will be a better month for blogging!
Feel free to comment some of your own posts that you enjoyed making from July or from someone else’s blog that you appreciate!
From The Bee-Witched Reader, here are 5 reading slump tricks for reading while dealing with anxiety and depression (which I appreciated reading about so much and this could not have come at a better time for me)
Lily @ Sprinkles of Dreams discusses why we need more confident female characters. I appreciate that there’s been more discussion about this topic. Even though I wouldn’t consider myself a confident person I think it’s super important that teen readers will be able to feel more confident by reading about confident female characters.
Some of y’all may have already seen this but, Dani @ Perspective of a Writer has made a meme directory so if you have a meme that you feature on your blog, check that out!
Angelica @ The Book Cover Girl discusses male friendships (or lack thereof) in YA. Another topic that needs to be discussed more within the community. Friendships for some reason but especially between dudes aren’t highlighted enough.
Also for those of you just starting a blog or if you just want to figure out more about blogging here’s Being Basically Boring with 50 Post Ideas for New Bloggers, which I found quite useful myself.
For even more blogging related info, here’s Aimee @ Aimee Always discussing how to organize your blogging schedule to work for your own blog! I enjoyed reading these tips and I learned a few things to do with my own blog.
Julianna @ Paper Blots talks about things they want to see more of in the bookish community. I agree with ALL of these!!