Why Blogging Might Be Bad For Your Reading And What You Can Do About That

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Hello, lovelies! I’m pretty sure this is the longest title I’ve ever used – I really hope you will read it until the end, bear with me there, people. I’m not sure if it is a book discussion, it’s more of a blogging discussion. I want to talk about the way blogging has affected my reading schedule and how it might interfere with yours as well.

Blogging is soooo evil, keeping us away from reading.

When I started off, I’ve seen some posts about this, bloggers complaining about how blogging affected their pleasure in reading, how now they don’t feel like they read for themselves anymore. And I was very dismissive about it, I remember my reaction very clearly, it was something like :

if you like something, read it; if you don’t, then don’t read it.

It was very simple for me back then as a reader with no blogging responsibilities to dismiss this whole conflict.

But actually, blogging can be really bad for your reading.

I can say that now after 6 months (almost seven, yaay!) of blogging. I’m sorry blogging sisters and brothers for not trusting you back then, you’re real heroes and I admire you very much.

I’ll make a list with dangers that appear in this wild blogging life that will influence your reading schedule.

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#1 : Review Requests

I feel like this one was/is a huge danger for me because at first, I felt so good and honored that authors wanted me to read their books that maybe I accepted some requests that weren’t compatible with what I usually read. That’s not right for either me or the author because I might end up giving a bad rating because of this incompatibility. So, avoid doing it. Just be honest.

But it’s also hard to refuse it, especially when you’re a very small blogger and you don’t know how things work quite yet. OKAY. It’s still hard for me to say no because I want to support as many authors as possible since they put up so much work into their books, but I try to resist taking up too many review requests that I might never get to.

This might affect your reading schedule because you’ll end up with many books that might or might not be in your comfort zone, which might cause a small life crisis. Don’t tell me I didn’t warn you.

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*me being hit by all these books I should have reviewed already*

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#2 : ARCs that you only read because you’re trying to be cool™

It doesn’t have to be only because you want to be cool. Sometimes you just see an ARC everywhere and it doesn’t sound like something you usually go for, but everybody is reading and you start getting very intrigued too.

 

I think this is the equivalent of peer pressure in this community. Listen to me, guys. It’s going to happen to you too. You might say that you’re immune to this, but nobody is immune to the hype all the time. THE HYPE WILL GET TO YOU AT SOME POINT and you’ll hate every second of it. Because instead of reading something you absolutely love, you’ll end up reading all those popular books and some of them will be totally worth it, but some of them will not??? It’s very confusing and risky.

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#3 : Getting so many recommendations from other bloggers

Which is amazing, soooo great, I love all my blogging friends and I trust them so much to recommend me books. But sometimes when you read all these beautiful book reviews or talk to your blogging friends, you get this desperate need to read ALL THE BOOKS IN THE WORLD. And it’s very bad for actual reading productivity because you’ll just end up crying for being incapable of reading all the books (or not. it depends on how dramatic you are, I suppose)

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This is a real issue for me and I had like three reading slumps in my life caused by having too many books that I want to read, which only makes me want to just give up altogether and not read for weeks. My brain works in very strange ways, I’m aware of that. Don’t shame me for this!!!

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#4 : Blogging takes up a lot of time.

Blogging is the thing I adore the most after reading. Here, I said it. You can use it against me if I ever get moody and want to give up.

Buuuut you have to spend quite a lot of your time writing posts, editing photos, posting and promoting your posts on social media, interacting with the community. It’s a lot of work, let’s be honest. And even if it’s enjoyable, it takes up a lot of your time that normally you’d use for reading.

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(me too, me too, dear Steve. I can’t believe there are only 24 hours in a day, whyyyy?)

Therefore, you end up reading less and less because blogging has to be cramped somewhere in your schedule too. Frustrating, but what can you do about it???

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so, what can you do about it?

  • if you feel like blogging interferes too much with your reading and you’re not satisfied anymore and you’re reading just for the sake of doing it, maybe take a break from blogging?
  • stop accepting review requests, ARCs for a while and just read some books you wanted to read for a while now, but you never got to them?
  • ask other book bloggers how they manage to juggle all of these activities. I think us bloggers should root for each other, so whenever anybody required my help and I could help them, I did. I also ask my friends for advice all the time and they help me because THEY LOVE MEEEE. (or maybe they’re just being nice)
  • just keep in mind that it might happen at some point. There will come times when you don’t feel like reading or blogging or either of them and that’s totally okay.
  • just don’t pressure yourself into doing any of these because you’re afraid of losing your audience, people will be here when you come back. You deserve to take a break and fall back in love with reading.
  • don’t read books just because they are popular, read whatever you enjoy. you’ll find your audience, don’t worry about it! though if you’re curious about a book because of the hype, you can totally give in once in a blue moon. I understand you. We all relate.

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Do you ever feel like blogging is affecting your reading schedule?

Did you ever feel like you’re not reading for pleasure anymore?

What do you do when you feel like this? What are some of your suggestions for bloggers that are in the same situation?

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72 thoughts on “Why Blogging Might Be Bad For Your Reading And What You Can Do About That

  1. Kat Impossible says:

    I can definitely relate to this post on so many levels. When I went abroad last year, I really reevaluated my reading and blogging habits. I didn’t take on any requests or ARCs anymore just because I didn’t feel like reading. I was barely at home, I was outside every. single. day. I simply had no time or headspace to do any of the things that go hand in hand with book blogging. My stats suffered a little (or a lot) but it was the best of times and very necessary for my own well being. People are still here and they don’t seem to mind that it’s all about backlisted books on my blog now hahaha I feel a lot more free in my decisions and time planning 😀
    Great post, Marta!!! ❤

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    • Marta says:

      That’s amazing, Kat! ❤ I'm so happy you got to experience it, to be honest, I still enjoy reading ARCs, but my reading has changed drastically since I started blogging because I read less and less backlist books and sometimes when I don't enjoy a certain ARC that I thought I would, it's harder to dnf it and so on, because there are some responsibilities especially if it's a direct review request from the author/publisher. I'm glad that you're feeling more free, your blog is still amazing no matter what you're reading! ❤ ❤
      Thank youuuu!

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      • Kat Impossible says:

        I like the novelty of having a book that’s not out yet, but I have never gotten physical ARCs and I don’t love reading on my eReader, so I don’t really miss them. And, as I said I have a lot of books as it is anyway haha It’s definitely harder to DNF a book though when you have gotten it from the author or publisher.

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      • Marta says:

        I think that’s what I love the most about reading ARCs too! It’s just nice to read something that hasn’t been out. Ah, haven’t you tried recently to request physical copies? I’m sure it could happen with your number of followers and how often you post!!

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    • Marta says:

      I think blogging takes up a lot of time and dedication no matter how big your blog is, so at some point, we all feel these struggles. It’s just all about how we manage them. Glad you could relate! ❤

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  2. Charlotte says:

    I relate so much to all of these! I do #1 all of the time and end up having a few arcs at once. Then I won’t want to read them anymore and feel bad for requesting them, but usually I’m able to read them at some point. I’m definitely going to stop requesting arcs for a while, or maybe only request ones that I genuinely want to read.
    Also, #3 is so great and I love it, but I’ll get like a tonne of recs in a week and probably won’t read most of them, even though I want to!

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    • Marta says:

      I relate so much to the ARCs thing, I sometimes request so many at once because I feel like I won’t get any and then I get accepted for many of them and I’m left with a huge shelf. And whenever there are many ARCs left to read, the pressure is so huge because I wonder if I’ll ever read them, at all. YES, everybody keeps telling me to read different books and I want to sooo much, but 80% of times, I end up not reading said book. It’s so sad.
      Thank you very much! ❤

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  3. passionatelyperusing says:

    There is so much truth in this post. Blogging has 100% affected my reading. At one point I had to take a small break and figure out what I wanted to do. Now I read what I want to read and at the pace I want to read them (unless it’s an ARC with a deadline). I am guilty of accepting ARCS I really am not interested in but I’m sure it gets easier to avoid over time. The only one putting pressure on you to blog is you in the end. It’s supposed to make you happy not frustrated.
    Great post! I can totally relate! 😊

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    • Marta says:

      Yes, I believe it’s getting easier with the ARCs with time because you start having better instincts about what you would like and there aren’t other subjective factors getting into way of you declining a request. You’re absolutely right about us being blogging being about us and how it’s supposed to make us happy and not frustrated. I just guess it can be easy to forget that from time to time.
      Thank you very much! ❤

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    • Marta says:

      SAME HERE!
      I thought it was so easy to book blog, look at all those people talking about books, getting lovely comments and ARCs – what a great life. And it is, most of the times, but there are also so many other things in the equation that make book blogging so much harder. But I still can’t complain too much because overall, I really love everything about blogging. ❤
      Yes, I want to support everyone too, but it's not possible? So, yes, we both have to learn to say no from time to time. 😦

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  4. thecatwithabook says:

    I haven’t experience any of this.🤔 I still read the books I want. I mean, I have to admit that those ARC’s are so attractive but I will not read it if I am not interested or just because it is popular.😅 But what do I know? I am still new with blogging.

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    • Marta says:

      Aw, I hope it stays the same for you! Sadly, I get way too curious about books whenever everyone talks about them and I rarely can stop myself from requesting them because yes, they might not sound like something I like, but what if they are actually good and I’m missing out??
      But I’m glad you can’t relate because it’s better to just read what you like! ❤

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  5. tornpagesandroses says:

    I have been in a reading rut for almost a month now unfortunately. I mean I am slowly working on one book and finished a short story in hopes of getting out of it but alas, it hasn’t happened yet. I still have a ton of ARCs even though I’ve stopped requesting them and just a huge reading backlog haha I don’t mind those it’s probably just thinking about all the work of posting a review on it la di da 😂. I also work full time and have other goals I’m trying to fulfill so it’s just hectic lol. Let’s hope I can bounce back! Thankfully I can still manage not to get hyped by the new releases 🤣

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    • Marta says:

      I completely understand you! ❤ I'm not working full time, but I'm going to college and somestimes it gets too much finding a balance between the two of them and reading. Sometimes I feel so tired and can't focus on anything, I end up starting lots of books and not being able to concentrate on either one of them. It's all so frustrating. But I really hope you manage to get out of your reading slump! ❤
      You're doing amazing! Sometimes something awful called real life gets in the way of our reading and it's the most horrible thing ever, but you'll get back to this world.

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  6. Inge | The Belgian Reviewer says:

    I can totally relate. I’ve even been thinking of taking my contact page down so authors can’t contact me anymore and I don’t have to say no… because it seems that’s all it’s used for really :-). I have stated that I don’t accept any review requests but still get multiple requests every week, most often for books that are entirely not my genre but there are the exceptions.. I try not to go on Netgalley very often either, and still I have so many books to read and review, it’s crazy :-). I did make a promise at the beginning of the year to read more of my own books and I’m trying really hard to slip one in here and there :-). Great post Marta!

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    • Marta says:

      I can relate to that, as well! I’m also getting many review requests with books from genres that I don’t read, Netgalley is so out of control for me very much right now 🙈 I hope we’ll get control over our reading at some point! Thank you very much! ❤

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  7. storieswithelsa says:

    I’m still new to the book blog community but I definitely would agree that these are things that will come about when you start getting a little bit bigger. By the way, what does ARC stand for?

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    • Marta says:

      ARC stands for Advance Reader’s Copy and it’s a review copy that you get from the author or the publisher prior to the publication date. ❤ I hope you have a great time blogging and little to no struggles.

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  8. paperbackdreamer says:

    I love this post Marta!
    I’ve found I fall very easily into the whole “OMG THIS ARC IS AMAZING” and everyone’s reading it and I’m just like okayyyyy? maybe I should check it out. but then I really don’t enjoy it and I should probably just read what I actually want to.
    Also the book recommendations from bloggers is also amazing but also like so bad because my goodreads TBR is very nearly at 1,000 and I can’t cope xD

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    • Marta says:

      Thank youu very much!!! ❤
      I know, I'm absolutely the same!!! I'm always questioning my ARC choices and end up wondering why I requested that e-ARC, usually I'm more careful with physical copies because I feel more responsible for those.
      I've recently deleted some of the books I had on my GR because it was the same as yours and now I have the same amount of books as the ones I've already read. But I know that I want to read way more books than the ones on that shelf!

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  9. readinginthewings says:

    100% relatable. I’m overwhelmed with ARCs right now and because my list feels long, my brain just doesn’t want to even start tackling it. I’ve been pretty ok with the hype issue so far, but I know it will get to me sooner or later…..

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    • Marta says:

      I KNOW! My Netgalley shelf is all over the place, I have 20 unread books and I feel like I’m drowning in them. I wonder if I’m going to get to read them anytime soon, I hope we will both be able to tackle our book piles. Thank you very much for stopping by! ❤

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  10. Marianna @ Marianna's corner says:

    Amazing post! I related with everything you said. Blogging is hard work (NO ONE WARNED ME) but at the end of the day we have to take time for ourselves and never forget that book blogging is supposed to make us feel good; when we don’t enjoy it anymore it’s better to take a break as you said 💕

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    • Marta says:

      “Nobody said it was easy
      No one ever said it would be this hard.
      Oh, take me back to the start.”
      (not really, but still good enough)

      But yes, why didn’t anyone warned us about how hard blogging can be? I feel totally deceived. I agree with you that whenever blogging seems to take up too much time or isn’t fun anymore, the best thing to do is take a break. After all, it’s a hobby and we’re supposed to enjoy ourselves while doing it! ❤

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  11. Naty says:

    This has to be one of the most realistic posts I’ve read. It’s so true! Blogging interferes a lot and I don’t even believe how many of the most anticipated books are lying on my shelf because I’m so late with the eArcs…. ughhhh I really need to stop requesting because of hype!

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    • Marta says:

      Aw, thank you so much, Naty! ❤
      I'm so glad that you liked my post so much, thanks again for sharing it on Twitter as well!
      I need to stop requesting eARCs as well, I'm trying to reduce my time spent on Netgalley to zero. So far, it's going well, but I haven't done much progress on the books I have to read either :-/

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  12. Marie says:

    This is such a fantastic post, Marta and, oh so very relatable. It’s crazy how quickly things change when you’re a book blogger and how new books and reads end up piling up endlessly and you’re not even sure whether or not you actually WANT to read these. I think I’m lucky, in a way, to try and be in control of my book budget. If I can afford my books, I always make sure that I really want to read a book before getting it, same thing goes for asking for ARCs or e-ARCs, I try and pay attention to what I really will love and really am eager to read – even if, on Netgalley, well… it’s easier to click on request without thinking hahaha.
    I think despite the hype, the recommendations thrown at you left and right and everything else, it is so important to focus on ourselves and, every once in a while,t o try and remember why we want this book, if we really want to read or not, that it’s okay to take time to read, to read that backlist title no one ever talks about because we want to read it 🙂
    Lovely post! 🙂 x

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    • Marta says:

      Thank you very much, Marie!!! ❤ You're very kind as always!
      I feel like my problem is the fact that I feel a lot of pressure whenever lots of books start to pile up and I'm starting to realize I don't have much control over my TBR pile anymore. I might still like those books, I just lose my interest to read them because too much pressure, ugh. I really wish I were more like you when it came to e-ARCs because I lose control so easily over my Netgalley account.
      Agreed! ❤ There are so many gems that people rarely talk about and if we always listen to the hype, we will never get to read them. But sometimes I find that listening to the hype can be good too since there are high chances you will enjoy the book too. I don't know. I'm quite bad at overhyped books because I avoid them for decades because of the high expectations.

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      • Marie says:

        I get that, it’s so easy to lose control and just request all the things haha. I try to think, really think and bother myself with the question “do you REALLY REALLY REALLY want to read this” before clicking on anything hahaha 🙂
        I kind of avoid hyped books for a little while, too – well, it depends on the book. Some books I know I’ll love, I will end up getting them anyway, while some other really hyped titles I didn’t feel drawn to, at first… well, these end up waitin for months or years before I finally get to them, if I ever, haha 🙂 x

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  13. Hilary @ SongsWroteMyStory says:

    Great post! I haven’t found too much that blogging has taken away from my reading time specifically, but rather other things I would have done online, such as writing or tv watching. But having far too many books, or taking on books that I’m not 100% sure I’ll like is definitely something that has affected my reading. It’s definitely tricky to find a balance. But you’ve made some wonderful suggestions to managing it!

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    • Marta says:

      Thank you very much! ❤ I agree that blogging has taken a lot of time from my other hobbies, I also feel kind of guilty when I have blogging responsibilities and I postpone them for watching TV shows. Blogging can really be demanding. Glad I could help! Yes, everything is sooo tricky, but I'm sure things get better with time! ❤

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  14. Emma's Library says:

    Blogging certainly changed my reading habits and I’ve got to the stage now where I’m trying to reverse them. I’ll take on board the opinions and recommendations of other bloggers but I want to remember to listen to my own bookworm instincts when it comes to buying and reading books. Other people can have an input, and I do often reach out when I have no idea what is good right now, but as reading taste is 100 percent subjective, the decision does ultimately come down to me and me alone otherwise I can find my enjoyment of a book tainted.
    I also think I’m a rare blogger in the online book community because I don’t really care about review requests or ARCs – they never have been the be all and end all of my blogging and reading experience. Everything blog and reading wise is for my own pleasure and enjoyment, and I’ll always think that’s the best and only way to go about it.

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    • Marta says:

      I think it’s harder these days to just go to the library/bookshop and get a book that I don’t know about just because I think the synopsis is great. I just have so many books that I’ve heard about from other bloggers or readers, that it’s hard to do the former thing anymore. I hope we both reverse some reading challenges.
      That’s cool, I think ARCs are really nice and I love getting review requests (that are suitable to my reading tastes) from authors because I get to enjoy those books and I also support them. But each blogger has their own preferences when it comes to ARCs and requests.
      Thank you! ❤

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      • Emma's Library says:

        I’d love to be able to support new and upcoming authors but the couple of requests I’ve had in the past are not ones I’d enjoy. I’m also bad when it comes to writing reviews so it’s not something I feel comfortable with.

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  15. Poulami @ Daydreaming Books says:

    Yeah, I kinda do agree with you. But yes, I have almost stopped accepting review copies or Netgalley downloads, if its a book I reeeeeaally want to read, then only I say yes.
    And although blogging takes up a loooot of time, I feel the happiness it gives us, at least me is worth it. 🙂

    Great post!

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  16. Caro @ bookcheshirecat says:

    This is such a great discussion post!
    I’m personally not as affected by this, but it’s definitely something that has happened to me a few times as well. Especially in the beginning, I requested everything on Netgalley and ended up with too many books to review 😅
    Something that has happened to me lately is that I feel like there is so much to do, as blogging can be really time intensive. I’m especially struggling with reviewing books on time, because there are blog posts to write and blogs to visit and comments to answer 😮

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    • Marta says:

      You’re amazing at being in control, then! ❤ I always get too enthusiastic about the books that are on Netgalley and I always end up requesting as many books as possible, I have 0 control.
      Same here, I've tried to organize myself, but I'm having such a hard time doing everything. I feel like I'm in a huge reading/blogging slump. I can still push myself through scheduling posts, but reading is so much harder these days. But I hope I will get over this state soon.

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      • Caro @ bookcheshirecat says:

        Sometimes 😅 ♥ But just wait a bit and then I might be drowning in Arcs 😀
        Oh no I’m so sorry to hear that! 😦 It’s no fun pushing yourself into doing certain things :/ I hope that it gets better for you soon! ♥

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  17. Bridget says:

    I can most definitely relate.

    Fortunately, I’ve never felt comfortable (and I still don’t) accepting book review requests via random authors contacting me or Net Galley ARCs.

    But numerous book recommendations and also positive book reviews that create immense hype can overwhelm my senses and make me feel like I MUST read the book to remain relevant in the bookish community.

    Great post! 🙂

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    • Marta says:

      Ah, I keep requesting Netgalley ARCs like nobody’s business and I can tell you that you’re probably better off without this tempting place.
      SAME, this issue with feeling like you’re not relevant enough if you don’t read enough popular books is sooo bad.
      Thank you very much! ❤

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  18. daniellethamasa says:

    I’m three years in to running Mousai Books, and thankfully I haven’t had an issue with blogging making me not want to read. I have always and will always read the books that sound interesting to me. But, I will say that with life changes, that I’ve had to prioritize my time, and reading definitely takes priority over blogging, so I haven’t been blogging as much in 2018.

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  19. Jenn @ Bound to Writing says:

    I relate so much to this! I accepted way too many book requests at the beginning of the year, and I’m still trying to get through them. I tend to like blogging more, especially right now, so I haven’t been reading too much. I’ve been trying to get my April posts in order, but now I’m having such a hard time reading anything. It’s been hard. I’m hoping that now that I’m ready for April, I’ll be able to spend more time reading.

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    • Marta says:

      Same here! ❤ It's kind of pressuring now because I feel like I have to read so much and if I get a reading slump too, I feel so overwhelmed…
      I hope you get more time to spend reading and enjoy it again too! ❤

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  20. Em says:

    I relate to this so much. I’ve been blogging for about two years, but I take a lot of breaks (usually for a month or two) because blogging can get overwhelming and I end up falling into a reading slump. It’s hard to balance everything, but the community is so amazing that I keep coming back again and again, and I’m glad every time I do.

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  21. Kristilyn says:

    Great post! I know I used to read a LOT of books just because everyone else was talking about them, but then my posts were looking just like everyone else’s. It’s nice now to just read what I want to, when I want to, and not feel any pressure. i also blog sporadically throughout the day and keep lists of things I want to blog about so that it’s easier to just sit down and do it if my kids are playing nice and I have a few minutes – then in my quiet time when they’re sleeping I can read! I do think that if blogging is affecting your reading negatively, you do have to find a way to change things. I wouldn’t be a book blogger if I wasn’t a reader, so I’ll always be a reader first.

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  22. Norrie says:

    I do love whenever i find a book on a blog that is intriguing and i haven’t heard about it before. That said, it’s also kinda anxiety inducing, cuz i keep adding them on goodreads and it got out of hand pretty quickly 😀

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    • Marta says:

      YES! It’s amazing to find new books on other blogs, but also so awful for your TBR pile. They keep pilling up and you have no idea when you’ve lost the control over your TBR.
      Thank you very much for stopping by! ❤

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    • Marta says:

      Same here! I’ve been more inclined now to turn down review requests that I don’t find compatible with my reading preferences. But I still feel kind of bad about it from time to time.
      Thank you very much! ❤

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  23. Vera says:

    I enjoyed this post!

    I’ve only been blogging for a few months but already noticed so many books out there that I feel I must read asap. The fear of missing out is creeping in and I want to keep it contained.

    I totally get your points. Saying no to books that may not be my thing is also a way forward for me. 😊👌

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    • Marta says:

      Thank you very much! ❤
      I know that feeling so well, oh, you have no idea! I'm known for starting 5 books at once because I've heard someone talk about a book I have on my shelf and felt the need to start it all at once.
      I'm glad you enjoyed my post and could relate to it! ❤

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  24. Sophie Li says:

    Hello Marta!
    Love this post and I agree with the points that you mention here. I feel so honoured when I get review requests from authors and I just can’t say no. However I find that I don’t enjoy some of these books I actually end up reading, because they aren’t the types of books I would usually choose to read. So… I’ve been putting off reading a lot of these haha.
    You are right that blogging takes up so much time! I find that it helps to have a schedule: pre-write posts beforehand, and blog-hop or write blog posts on certain days of the week. I allow myself some days of the week when I don’t blog so I won’t feel burnt out by it 🙂
    Cheers and happy reading!

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