September 2018 Blogging Recap!

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Fall (and Halloween season!) is officially here, which is definitely something to celebrate! But first, let's recap and look back on what a great month September has been here at The Book Bratz.

In September...

....We did more guest reviews!
We started featuring guest reviews from other readers and bloggers on The Book Bratz (2 or 3 each month) earlier this year, and SO many awesome people seemed interested that we opened it up for the rest of the year! If you're interested in guest reviewing for us, head over to the Contact Us tab and shoot us an email! :-)


This month, our guests reviewed A Darker Shade of Magic, The Reader, and Meet the Sky!


....We reviewed tons of great books!

....We highlighted some awesome literary quotes!
We teamed up with the awesome group over at Invaluable and came up with a literary quote generator for our followers to enjoy! If you're interested in checking it out, you can click here.

....We did more Blogging 101 posts!
We added more to our Blogging 101 feature this month, which highlights different ways new bloggers can get started by reading our posts filled with tons of tips, tricks, and useful information! This month, we added posts on Essential Websites and Staying Organized.

....We started our third year of college!
There haven't been many posts to accompany this (since we've been so busy readjusting to school and classes again!), but we're officially *juniors*, which is so scary to think about. Graduation is right on the horizon, and then it's onto the real world! Amber did another installment of our College Diaries series, talking about Mental Health.

....We talked about our favorite banned books!
Everyone knows that the last week in September is Banned Books Week, and you know we celebrated by highlighting some of our favorite banned books, which you could check out by clicking here.

What was your favorite thing that we did on the blog this month? What are your recommendations for future posts/reviews? Comment down below and let us know! :-)


Now if you'll excuse us, it's time for the spookiest month of the year!

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  1. Even though I have been blogging (on and off, admittedly) for five years, I still find your Blogging 101 posts SO HELPFUL. I believe that blogging is a process of never-ending learning, and those posts have helped remind me what I should be doing and introduced me to a few great tips!

    Also, good luck to you all with your junior years! I just started my sophomore year, but the thought of graduation still stressed me out to no end!

    Tessa @ Crazy for YA

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