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From Integrity to Marketability: The Importance of Your Own Space

The famed blog Bookslut shall be shuttering its digital doors this year, as announced through an interview with Jessa Crispin on Vulture. After 14...

It Is All About The Free Books: On Being A Poor...

I'm going to admit something I feel is a cardinal sin in the book blogging world: I originally got into book reviewing for the...

Privacy, Disclosure & Trust: When Jen Frederick Met Dear Author

As the continuing lawsuit between publisher Ellora’s Cave and romance blog Dear Author’s owner Jane Litte unfolds, more details are made public that ask...

The Bibliodaze State of the Book Survey

Sometimes there comes a point in a blogger / book writer's life where she has questions for which there are few answers, or at...

Starving Artists and Entitled Bullies: The Economics of Book Blogging

The aftermath of Stacey Jay’s cancelled Kickstarter, which we discussed here, quickly went from a relatively calm conversation to a full-on eruption full of...

The Problem With Buzzfeed Books

Buzzfeed is successful. Wildly successful. Since its founding in 2006, its risen to meteoric heights and become one of the most visited and ubiquitous...

Giving Added Meaning: In Defense of Reviews in Blogging

Reviews are a touchy subject for many a book blogger. For the past three years I've found myself immersed in this strange world of...

“Sponsored By…” – Book Blogger Integrity and Conflicts of Interest.

Recently, there was some social media discussion among book bloggers and reviewers over the potential breach of ethics regarding a prominent book vlogger called...

Humanity, Reviews, and Letting It Go: Why Being Critical is A-Okay

The other day, I had a thought. Now, it is worth mentioning that I have many thoughts every day, and nary a second goes...