What is Tuesday Book Blog? How Can #BookBloggers And #Writers Benefit From Using It?

Why Is Tuesday Book Blog Important For Book Bloggers And Writers Alike?

Hashtags drive more traffic to your blog – many users of #TuesdayBookBlog report a regular weekly view count increase. How can you join in?
What is Tuesday Book Blog?
Most writers and bloggers know about the benefits of ‘blog share’ days, the first one of which was started by Rachel Thompson, with her fabulously successful #MondayBlogs.
In 2015, a few of us in Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team (#RBRT) decided to start our own: #TuesdayBookBlog. Since then, it has proved to be a wonderful way for writers and book bloggers to share their posts, and it appears on the trending lists every week. Here’s how to get the best out of it:

 

DO post:

Basically, any blog posts about books and writing:

Book reviews – for your own books, people’s, or book reviews you’ve written on your blog.

Author Interviews

Cover reveals

Upcoming/new releases

Articles or guest posts about books/writers

Retweet others on the hashtag for best results!  Twitter works like any social media site; the more you share others’ posts, the more traction your own will receive.

DO NOT post:

Basically, anything that ISN’T a blog post about books or writing!

Book promotion with buy links

Any other sort of book promotion, motivational memes, etc

General tweets/pictures about writing and books.

Hardcore erotica (porn).

We hope you will achieve good results from #TuesdayBookBlog, and look forward to seeing you there!

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Sunday Connection – books we’ve reviewed this week, plus links to the Blogosphere #SundayBlogShare

This week we’ve been reviewing the following:

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Monday – Karen reviewed superhero fantasy The Hat by C.S. Boyack

That Summer at the Seahorse Hotel

Tuesday – Cathy reviewed Irish romance That Summer At The Seahorse Hotel by Adrienne Vaughan

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I reviewed romantic suspense Inconclusive Evidence by Reily Garrett

A Clerical Error (The Yellow Cottage Vintage Mysteries #3)

Wednesday – Barb reviewed cosy mystery A Clerical Error by J New

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Thursday – Guest author Tim Walker talked about his Arthurian book Uther’s Destiny

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Friday – Sean reviewed scifi X0 by Sherrie Cronin

Plus links to the blogosphere

Writers: Advice on how to promote yourself

https://storyempire.com/2018/03/28/promoting-yourself/

3 Mistakes new writers are making

http://terrytyler59.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/three-mistakes-new-writers-are-still.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed:+TerryTyler+(Terry+Tyler)

How to write an Amazon Book Blurb

https://deborahjayauthor.com/2018/02/26/4-steps-to-writing-your-amazon-book-blurb-notes-from-20bookslondon/

Formatting from a Word document to Kindle

https://chrismcmullen.com/2018/03/24/kindle-formatting-magic/