This is the first post I write for the Blogging Tips category (you can see other posts on the “Blogging Tips” link on the menu on the right). For this one, I’m giving some ideas of seasonal posts for book bloggers, meaning posts you can write for each month of the year, every year (if you want to! Obviously, that is not mandatory at all), to help out for when you run out of ideas (which we all do). I linked some of my blog posts to give ideas of how to do it! I’m also adding important holidays and some author’s birthdays.
I haven’t added memes and readathons to the list. This is mostly focused on holidays.
Link on the comment sections some of the seasonal posts you liked writing, or some themes I might have forgotten!
(2) US National Science Fiction Day
(18) US National Winnie the Pooh Day: Share your favorite childhood books
(Fourth Wednesday in January) Library Shelfie Day
(27) International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust
World War II is not that far away – lots of us have grandparents or greatgrandparents that went through those terrible times. Sharing some books that are placed in WWII can help people understand the impact of the Holocaust and how it still affects people today.
(28) Pride and Prejudice is published, 1813
Releases of the new year you’re looking forward to
New year resolutions
Bookish or otherwise. Alternatively, you can post your reading challenges, or both!
Re-organizing your books
If you feel like new year, new bookshelf, you could try organizing your bookshelf in a new way to make it easier to find your favorite books! It’s very popular to organize them by color, but you can try by author surname, by genre, by size… whatever you like!
Books released last year you want to get to this year
Because we can never read everything we want in the timeframe we would like.
Uplifting reads to cheer up on Blue Monday