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message 1: by Sabrina (new)

Sabrina Handal (sabrinahandal) gameofgeeks.tumblr.com :)


message 7: by Tommy (new)

Tommy Hancock (tommyhancock) | 318 comments Not sure how many of you guys read comics, but if you'd like to check out something that, I think, is a little different(and has a YA flair to it), here's a 10 page short comic I wrote a while back. First thing I ever published :)

http://tmblr.co/ZDYp9m1WAV0Ah

(also, you can follow me and I'll follow back :)


message 8: by Kristy 施玮 (new)

Kristy 施玮 (biblioeveryday) TheSandPrincess wrote: "I don't actually have a Tumblr, but I would really love to start one, so I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips. I was thinking about posting book reviews and other book stuff, but I have..."

Normally book bloggers like to use either Wordpress or Blogspot for their reviews, and in my experience of having used the three of them - Tumblr is definitely the easiest and the best in terms of altering your theme etc.

http://awordshaker.com/

You should go and check out Rebecca's Tumblr and just visit her pages to gain an idea of what it would be like for you to start up one. :')
Goodluck!


message 9: by Erin Lynn (new)

Erin Lynn | 2727 comments Mod
TheSandPrincess wrote: "I don't actually have a Tumblr, but I would really love to start one, so I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips. I was thinking about posting book reviews and other book stuff, but I have..."

I mostly use my Tumblr for reblogging and other stuff. I know a while ago, it was hard to get followers on Tumblr because they weren't allowing people to use Bloglovin on it.

If you want to make a book blog, go with either Blogger or Wordpress. They are easier to use, and more people are familiar with them.


message 10: by Natalia (new)

Natalia de Gravelles | 8 comments So my two accounts at the moment are a 5 seconds of summer fan account and one dedicated to german soccer- so not very pertinent to reading. But I really want to start one more dedicated to books and authors and just more reading in general. do you guys have recommendations of some good accounts to follow that are geared towards reading? thanks :)


message 11: by Erin Lynn (new)

Erin Lynn | 2727 comments Mod
You're welcome. Tumblr is nice but I think of it as Twitter on steroids.


message 12: by Deanna (new)

Deanna (deaniebean) I post a lot of random stuff... Not exactly books but hey heres a link anyway

http://nerd-grrrl.tumblr.com


message 14: by Amber (last edited Dec 10, 2015 09:34AM) (new)


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