The Jolliest BOOK BLOGGING PROMPTS!! of December 2016

IT’S THE HOLIDAY SEASON. IT IS.

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And for bookish blogging folks, it’s always the bookish blogging season.

With the holidays come extremely busy bustling. One might not even have the inspiration to blog! Quelle Horreur!

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Not to fret, my holly jolly gem. All I want for Christmas is for you to be a cheerful blogger! So I’ve decked this post with jolly book blogging prompts to inspire and delight.

Feast yer eyes:december-book-blogging-prompts

No need to worship me. No need even to thank me! Consider it an early present from your holliest jolliest blogger. 🤗

Remember:

  • This blog right here is alllll about the originality. So while you’re 275% free to copy and paste a prompt into your blog title, try to gain inspiration and add your own, unique twist.
  • I WANNA SEE ALL YOUR POSTS. So if you’re inspired by any of these prompts, please link me to your delightful writings so I may shower them with adoration.

Are you searching for any other Book Blogging Tips this holiday season? Speaking of the holidays, how are you celebrating? Is it bookishly? SPREAD THE CHEER AND SPREAD THE BLOGGING, MY BUDDIES 😊

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39 thoughts on “The Jolliest BOOK BLOGGING PROMPTS!! of December 2016

  1. […] But if burnout is real, so is healing.” — 5 Self-Care Tips for Activists (The url for this is actually “self care for woke folks,” which amuses me to no end.) (Also, this struggle is so real.) She added: “I want to tell the world – do not see us in a weak light and see that even we can go out and do things.” — 17 Badass Women You Probably Didn’t Hear about in 2016 “What is the relationship between the average TV situation comedy to reality? What about the cop shows? Cars are continually swerving out of control, crashing, and catching fire. The police are always good and they always win. Do not ignore that point: The police always win. What a lesson that is.” — Philip K. Dick on Disneyland, reality, and science fiction “This depiction — God as a woman despite its gender-less designation in the Bible — has some critics incensed.” — Octavia Spencer is playing God in The Shack and I am here for it. I have also added the book to my TBR. “My students can’t write a clear sentence to save their lives. It’s my job to help them change that.” — True story: once I stopped bitching about my students’ lack of ability and started actually teaching them, I saw improvements in my classroom. Funny how that works, isn’t it? Anyway, I agree with pretty much everything here. “George’s story teaches us that there’s no such a thing as a small or meaningless good deed. Despite his frustration at the state of his life, George discovers his small contributions over a few decades of life had an out-sized impact on the world.” — Overthinking It explains why It’s a Wonderful Life is more relevant now than ever. I’m looking for diagnostic assignments for the beginning of next semester, so I needed this reminder about students and goal-setting. It’s also a good reminder for me to set out my own resolutions for my courses. I always ask, “What is your favorite book and when did you read it?” and “What was the last book you read cover to cover?” — Since I’m going to force my students to read for fun next semester (yes, that’s a thing), I appreciated this discussion of why reading for fun is necessary for composition students and also how to get them to think about their own reading. More goal setting! Also, I have done some reflecting on my past term, but I would like to write up a post about it. Some good tips for differentiating instruction here. “In essence, traits in a person’s appearance that are tied to their culture but are otherwise changeable are not protected and can be used to deny job offers.” — U.S. Court Rules Dreadlock Ban During Hiring Process Is Legal. This is the very definition of racist, btw. I wonder how these people feel about Afros… Here are some fun book blogging prompts for December. […]

  2. As a very new book blogger I really appreciate your work here! I have already drawn some ideas and will be posting them shortly. Thank you so much!

  3. THAT’S TRULY IT. I FOUND THE SOLUTION TO ALL MY PRAYERS. I would actually love that so much! Yes, yes, a million times yes over and over! That would not only be so helpful, it would be the most interesting and gobsmacking thing to read! MERRY CHRISTMAS! ❤

  4. WOW I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! Well, every morning I mix some organ every juice, apple juice, and sparkling cider, and BOOK! That’s creative juice! HA. But actually, I was thinking about doing an online course about thinking up creative book blog post ideas, would you be interested??
    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  5. LOVE THESE SO MUCH but really I need to know. How does your brain get so much creative juice? BECAUSE I AM ENVIOUS. INFINITELY. (Though ever so grateful to have such a wonderful brain delighting the world). These ideas are glorious though. AND I NEED CHRISTMAS NOW.

  6. OH Becca!! This is super creative and a lot of fun!! I may have to use a few of these this month 😉

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