Too Many Books, Not Enough Time (My Lament and Solution)


The sad truth of being a book blogger is that it’s impossible to read every book that interests you—but you will be constantly tempted by them. ARCs galore are available on Netgalley, Edelweiss, and other sites. Your blogger friends talk about great books all day, every day. Goodreads is a treasure trove for bibliophiles. Last, but certainly not least, review requests come regularly, offering little-known but potentially fascinating books, along with the added opportunity to get the word out about the indie authors who wrote them.

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The Dreaded Book Blogger Burnout


I’ve seen many of my favorite book bloggers posting that they are feeling overwhelmed and need a break. They are bloggers who usually post at least once a day (sometimes more), so it’s easy to understand why they need to take some time to relax from their busy blogging schedule. I, on the other hand, am not a daily blogger—so why am I am feeling the dreaded book blogger burnout?

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Bookblogger Problems: Procrastinating Writing Reviews


I’ve been book blogging a little over two years now. Long enough to know that putting off writing reviews until later is a bad idea—and yet, I find myself doing it all the time. If I don’t immediately write my review, I’ll put the ‘bones’ of it together, save it as a draft, and move on to the next book… or books, even.

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So Many Ideas… Wasted


The name of my blog says it all… I love books and I’m kind of geeky. (Okay. I’m a lot geeky.) But in naming my blog ‘The Geeky Bibliophile’ I’ve managed to sub-consciously lock myself into talking mostly about books and a few things I like to get my geek on about—most of which has been devoted to The Walking Dead.

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