Blogging from a non-blogger’s perspective – Guest post by Becky.

Today Becky is on the blog, talking about blogs from a non-blogger perspective. I love this post so much, and love Becky even more. 

I never really knew about blogs before I met Lucy, but when she told me that she had one I looked at it and I loved reading it. After a while I read more book blogs and I loved them just as much! When I finally got twitter I found some amazing new book bloggers!

Some people probably don’t see the point in reading blogs as they may not feel that they get anything out of it but there are so many good things that come from it:

You find out amazing new books to read, although this can become a problem as my TBR pile is way too big!

You find awesome people to fangirl with about books that you all love! It’s great to be able to tweet people and share your love of books together!



You develop a wider knowledge about books which makes you appreciate them so much more. Before reading these blogs I never knew about how books were published. When you know about all the hard work that goes into publishing them it makes you respect the people who put in all that hard work more!

If you’re not a book blogger, like me, but are still interested in reading then it’s a great way to share that love with other people and book blogs are also really interesting to read. There are so many benefits and the blogs aren’t just for other bloggers, they’re for everyone, whether you are an author, blogger, publisher or you just like reading!

If you would like to follow Becky on Twitter, you can do so at @beckycooke54

Lucy Powrie

Lucy Powrie is a blogger, YouTuber and author from the UK. When she's not reading, she enjoys cuddling guinea pigs and eating Oreo chocolate, but let's be real: she's mostly always reading.


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    Sunny A

    11 June, 2014

    Great idea guys! It’s so interesting hearing the perspective of a non-blogger. Becky, I’m glad you find our blogs useful. Loved this post guys x
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    Finley Jayne

    11 June, 2014

    Love this post 🙂 I have a couple of followers who don’t have blogs, and I think it’s great that they still participate in the blogging world!
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    11 June, 2014

    Great post – it’s unusual to get feedback from blog readers who aren’t bloggers themselves so this was really lovely to read 🙂
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    EM @ Books and Iced Coffee

    11 June, 2014

    This is such a great post! It’s nice to get an insight from a non-blogger’s perspective on blogging 😀
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    Jesse Owen

    12 June, 2014

    This is such a lovely idea for a post. Really nice to see another perspective to book blogging!
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    Rita @ Weaving Pages

    13 June, 2014

    I’ve been meaning to comment on this for AGEESS, but anyway: I LOVE THIS POST! I feel like we rarely get to see the POV of a non-blogger so Becky, you are extremely awesome for doing this!! I look forward to any more posts you join in on!

    Rita xx
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