28 Blog Post Ideas For Book Bloggers

Blogging is a lot of fun, but it can get repetitive. I know, I struggle with coming up with interesting blog topics that are not book reviews. Therefore, to help other bloggers who are/might struggle I have listed out 28 blog post ideas.
1. Open Letter (to a character, an author, the blogging community etc)
2. Participate in tags
3. Blogger Interviews
4. Memes
5. List reasons why you love reading
6. Author Interviews
7. Create infographics
8. Start discussion posts
9. List different things you learned from a book
10. Create how-to posts (both specific step-to-step and generic posts)
11. Create a beginnerโ€™s guide to something
12. Round up your favorite blogs or websites
13. Make a list of something (like this one)
14. Have someone write a guest post for your blog
15. Write about things you wished you had done differently
16. Write a letter to your future self
17. Make a post full of GIFs
18. Product Review
19. Share quotes
20. Collaborate with other bloggers
21. Get Personal
22. Run a contest on your blog
23. Write about how to use Twitter and Facebook, but apply it to people in your niche.
24. Showcase the best comments that you receive
25. Write out your guest post guidelines
26. Make a list of good authors/bloggers to follow on Twitter
27. Compile a list of frequently asked questions
28. List random facts about you

Blog Post Ideas For Book Bloggers

Are there other ideas I should add to the list?

What is your favorite kind of posts apart from book reviews?

Let me know in the comments below!

16 thoughts on “28 Blog Post Ideas For Book Bloggers

  1. Great list! I often feel like I need to be introducing something new to my blog and I think this can serve as a bit of an inspiration. My favourite apart from book reviews would be book/blog discussions – just so interesting to see what various people think about certain things. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. I got several ideas for future blog posts from your list — Thanks! I also love posts about an author. I like finding out some personal things about the author, and I like reading author advice.

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  3. LOVE this post. I am always trying to think of ways to incorporate new posts to my blog so thank you for inspiration!
    I have actually created a discussion segment, so far I have done two of these and the first went very well. It was on the stereotypical views that surround a ‘reader’.

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      1. Thank you! I decided to write a discussion on it after an experience I had with some of my friends. I’d love to hear your thoughts if you do give it a read, it’s been great to hear everyone else’s personal reading stories and how the people around them have reacted ๐Ÿ˜€

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