Top Ten Reasons To Love Being A Book Blogger (66)

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Top Ten Reasons To Love Being A Book Blogger

  1. Readers tend to be more highly educated with better vocabularies.
  2. Readers are often seen as ‘smart’ – where did the stereotype originate from if this weren’t true?
  3. Readers are in the minority – it’s more common for regular people to read one or two novels a year, not hundreds.
  4. One word: FANDOMS. Harry Potter fans, you warm my heart. Don’t ever stop.
  5. I love discovering new books to read, and without other bloggers I’d be lost.
  6. I would NEVER have found my favourite books if it weren’t for bloggers’ reviews.
  7. I’ve made some wonderful friendships with other bloggers I met online.
  8. Reading is one of the best, most entertaining and stimulating relaxation techniques there is.
  9. Bloggers tend to find more interactions with authors. I love those walls coming down between reader and writer.
  10. We can totally identify with characters that read.

About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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18 thoughts on “Top Ten Reasons To Love Being A Book Blogger (66)

  1. ChrissiReads

    Love your list. I definitely think my vocabulary has improved through reading. I know my spelling certainly has. I guess if you’re reading the written word so much, you’re bound to pick it all up 😀

  2. Jan

    Great list! I agree about vocabulary–though sometimes I’ve found myself mispronouncing a word I’ve only read…LOL

  3. Vicki W

    #1 is so true for me, a pet hate of mine is bad spelling and grammar, especially when it crops up in books! Pretty sure I learnt everything I know through reading, and my vocabulary has definitely benefited 🙂

    1. Nemo

      Oh god don’t even get me started. I’m obsessed with punctuation and can’t stand it when it’s not used properly in books!

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