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Friday, May 1, 2015

✎ Feature and Follow Friday (#64)

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Question: How do you cure a book hangover/blogging slump/reading slump? - Suggested by Take Me Away... 

Answer: How do I cure a book hangover?....umm that's a very good question! I don't usually have "book hangovers" and/or reading slumps, but if that's the case then I would just pick a book of one of my favorite genres. It helps to know that at least you're going to have a greater chance at liking the book, rather than picking a completely new one. As for curing blogging slumps, I would suggest not focusing on reviewing so much (if that's one of the troubles that you are having) instead focus on a blog tour, new feature, or meme. But I would gladly take any advice on how to cure a blogging slump, I tend to have a lot of those more than book hangovers. :)

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ADITI SAHA said... Best Blogger Tips

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Jessica @ a GREAT read said... Best Blogger Tips

Yeah I kinda lump summed my answer I think! I don't get book hangovers because I am always eager for my next read as well! And blogging slumps? Nope not really! My blog is where I get to gush about the book I just read, so I get that all out so I can be "normal" for my real life people! LOL!

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Aizel Camille Macaldo said... Best Blogger Tips

I agree that participating in memes helps a lot. And at the least, they keep one's blog going. :)

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Liesel K. Hill said... Best Blogger Tips

Yeah, favorite books work for me, but favorite genres too. You go back to what you love to remember why you love to read. Slump over! :D Happy Friday! My FF

The Candid Cover YA book blogger said... Best Blogger Tips

I agree, if you take the focus of reviewing the book away, sometimes you can gain more enjoyment from reading. New Follower:)

Pipers Blog said... Best Blogger Tips

Me too! I have book slumps more than book hangovers!

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Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@Jessica @ a GREAT read

That definitely is true,we can talk about all we want about books in our blogs, and be "normal" with everyone else :) Thanks for stopping by Jessica:)

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips


Thanks for stopping by!:)

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@Aizel Camille Macaldo

They do help :) Thanks for stopping by and for following(:

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@Liesel K. Hill

Thanks for stopping by:)

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@The Candid Cover YA book blogger

Thanks for stopping by and for following :)

Jackie said... Best Blogger Tips

@Pipers Blog

Thanks for stopping by!:)

Ronyell (a.k.a. Rabbitearsblog) said... Best Blogger Tips

Great answer! I agree that as long as you participate in the memes or blog tours, you'll always be caught up on your blog!

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Alexandra Florence said... Best Blogger Tips

I do all those things too! Picking a book by a favourite author or genre is usually a sure fire way to get out of the slump! I also love catching up on YouTube!! Thanks for stopping by! :)
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Silvy said... Best Blogger Tips

Good answer.My cure is one strong coffee and another book.
New GFC follower,
Silvy @Books are my life

Meghan K said... Best Blogger Tips

Yep! Same here! I choose something that I enjoy. Maybe it's a sequel, or an author I'm sure to love. But that always helps.

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