Pintrest for Book Bloggers!
So a while back Mulluane from Dragons, Heroes, and Wizards some how convinced me that Pintrest would be a good life choice. All I saw was the pretty pictures and a chance to collect more amusing GIFs because I’ve also started to get into using those here and there >.>
Please don’t judge me too much D:
I’ve been exploring Pintrest for a month or so now and have mostly settled on what I like to use it for. It doesn’t support animated GIFs as well as I had hoped, so I’m not collecting as many of those as I was planning. However, it is a great place to spot pretty book covers and save them… because I want to? And to look through funny cat pictures because I honestly can never have enough funny cat pictures. I don’t have a cat myself anymore so I must live vicariously through others.
Anyway! Enough about cats. Pintrest has proven a wonderful way to stalk book bloggers that do weekly cover posts and save all the pretty covers. It has also got me brainstorming about what bookshelves I want in my dream house. Here is a sample:
Click the picture for more from Book Riot :D
I don’t think I’ll ever be at the point where I have anything interesting to talk about finding every week, since I use Pintrest crazy sporadically (basically whenever Twitter is quiet and I remember I have the app on my phone >.>). However, I would really like to follow more book bloggers so if you are on Pintrest, comment with a link to your profile? :D
Do you use Pintrest? What do you tend to use it for? It seems like a tricky way to promote book blog content since we can really only pin the book cover with a link to the review, so I’m wondering if you have found better ways?
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