Hello, I am a regular person and I am constantly improving! What a wonderful thing!
I am… almost deeply embarrassed that I gave you that previous post and that this one is even better. Almost.
Less than a month ago, I posted about how to edit digital book covers for your bookstagram from a free phone app, and at that point in my life, I was 95% positive that I had discovered one of the book world’s best kept secrets. But oh no! Here I am with LIFE CHANGING editing advice!
Have you ever wondered how bookstagram accounts upload photos with books they don't own yet? Or have you ever envied accounts who have mastered the spaces between caption paragraphs?
Fear not, my friends. I have some solutions for you. 😉
More than a year after Part I of this series, I’m back with some more observations and general *emotional realizations* about the book community.
When I hit that big “Publish” button on my very first blog post, I had no idea what I was getting into. I knew Goodreads was a thing, but I didn’t know about the vast amount of books I was overlooking. I only knew about 10 other blogs, some of the most popular ones, I wasn’t aware of how many other bloggers I would eventually meet and grow friendships with.
Back then, I still had so many things to learn, most of which I would have to grasp based on my own experiences!
Well, I think it’s awfully convenient that this particular post caused some chaos when I accidentally posted it too soon. I schedule posts to tell myself when they should go up, but I usually end up posting it days later, anyway. What's the point, you ask? I have no idea.
Guess what, everyone? Today is my very first blogiversary! I figured today would be a good day to share my year of experiences with you all. On one hand, I can't believe it's already been a year! But on the other hand... I feel like I've been blogging for a very long time!