Hear ye, hear ye! The Indian Lit Readathon is back for its third run, and as one of the organisers, I couldn’t be more excited! For those of you who don’t know, this is a readathon dedicated to reading books by authors who are Indian or of Indian origin. It’s organised by Charvi @ Not…… Continue reading Indian Lit Readathon – Edition 3 | Save Pusthak Rajya
Hiya, nerds, and welcome back to yet another Wednesday Wisdom post! Today’s blogging advice is pretty simple and it has everything to do with NetGalley. Let me paint a picture for you. You see an amazing book on NetGalley that you really, really want to read, so you hit Request. You move on to other…… Continue reading I was approved to view a NetGalley title but the publisher archived it. What do I do?
In my previous Wednesday Wisdom post, I spoke about certain kinds of posts that you should be writing. Today, we’ll get down to the nitty-gritty and look at actual post ideas that could make your next blog post. This is just a list of blog posts you could use in your blog. If you have…… Continue reading 45 killer blog post ideas for book bloggers.
Chai Break is a periodic feature on This is Lit where we discuss books, blogging, and book blogging. Hiya, nerds! Chai Break is back again! As always, I’m not able to stick to a schedule for this feature on This is Lit. Shall we just call it that cool aunt who drops by whenever and…… Continue reading Chai Break: Can being a mood reader affect a book blogger?
AuthorsGetLit is a new series on This is Lit that will focus on tips for authors and publishers about interacting with bloggers, soliciting book reviews, and more. Authors and publishers usually reach out to bloggers to get them to review their books. In addition to press releases and magazine reviews, one of the best ways…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit: 5 tips for getting a blogger to review your book.
Chai break is a periodic feature on This is Lit to discuss concerns that every book blogger has. This is meant to be a lighthearted discussion that you’d have over tea and the only reason for it not being called Discussion Post is that the site’s author thinks that would be too mainstream. Pfft. In…… Continue reading Chai Break: How positively have authors responded to your negative reviews?
Chai break is a periodic feature on This is Lit to discuss concerns that every book blogger has. This is meant to be a lighthearted discussion that you’d have over tea and the only reason for it not being called Discussion Post is that the site’s author thinks that would be too mainstream. Pfft. Hiya,…… Continue reading Chai break: What do you really think about discussion posts?