Why I Switched to Feedly for Bloghopping

One of my favorite things about blogging is the community, which is why I always make time for bloghopping (visiting other blogs & commenting on posts where I have something to say). I recently switched to Feedly for bloghopping and it literally changed my; I want to pay it forward.

Unfortunately, my health issues have drained me of nearly all my spoons and my blog hopping has suffered. I’ve always used Wordpress Reader for my hopping, which is great if you keep up with your hopping on a daily basis. The truth is, I am no longer capable of consistently hopping daily, so I needed to find an alternative to the Wordpress Reader.

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Third Annual Book Blogger Award Nominations!

*rolls out the red carpet* Hello friends, and welcome to my nominations for the 2019 Book Blogger Awards! 🏆

The book blogger community is definitely my favorite part of running Reader Voracious; everyone is so kind and supportive, and that is why I am so glad that May decided to pick up the torch for the Annual Book Blogger Awards for its third year.

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Roar (Stormheart #1) by Cora Carmack

My favorite reading experiences are when a book takes me by complete surprise. It isn’t often that I pick up a book without any influence from other readers, but I picked Roar up at just the right time. I don’t even know how to write this review, which is probably why I spent half an hour contemplating which Stormling affinity I would have (⛈️ Skyfire, if you must know). If you enjoy incredibly vast world-building, magic systems, found families, with a dash of morally grey and corrupt characters then you need to pick this one up immediately!

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Reading Around the Globe: Kat in Japan

“People read on the train, at home, in the park, and even while standing around in convenience stores. Here’s a fun fact for you: there’s an adult literacy rate of 99% in Japan.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

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