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50 Winter Blog Post Ideas for Book Bloggers (+PDF)

Do a quick Google search for blog post ideas and you’ll turn up dozens of hits. Most of them, however, are for niches like food, travel, parenting, or even finance. And there are hundreds of blog post ideas for the blogging niche. But it’s harder to find blog post ideas for book bloggers. That’s why I’ve put together this wintery list of ideas to help if you’re looking for a little inspiration!

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Winter Blog Post Ideas for Book Bloggers

  1. Books to read while snuggling under a blanket
  2. Books that have snow on the cover
  3. Winter wedding destinations from fiction
  4. Share your 2024 reading challenge goals (we’re hosting a backlist reading challenge in 2024 if you still need one to sign up for!)
  5. Create a bookish holiday gift guide (bonus points if the gifts aren’t books)
  6. How to create a holiday bookish box for a book swap
  7. Best holiday drink recipes to sip while reading
  8. Review a book that’s set in winter (or a snowy destination)
  9. Share the books on your holiday wishlist (Santa, are you listening?)
  10. Tips for decorating your bookshelves for winter
  11. Show us the bookish holiday ornaments you have on your tree
  12. A classic – share your December reading wrap-up
  13. Best book quotes about winter
  14. Do an “if you love this holiday movie, read this book” post
  15. Create a cocktail inspired by your favorite (or most recent) holiday read
  16. Share your favorite wintery bookmarks (we’ve got a few in our brand new Etsy shop!)
  17. Bookish and/or blogging resolutions for 2024
  18. 5 wintery books to entertain your kids on a snow day
  19. Book exchange tips for the holidays
  20. Share reading journal prompt ideas for January
  21. 8 cozy reading nook ideas
  22. Bookish Christmas ideas on a budget (because Christmas can get uber expensive!)
  23. Create a holiday music playlist for the last holiday romance you read
  24. Christmas bookish flatlay tips
  25. 10 best picture books about Hanukkah
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  1. Pair books with your favorite winter outfit (or do the spines and sweaters challenge)
  2. Tutorial: how to make a DIY bookish ornament (bonus points if it’s not the same exact ornament that EVERY other bookstagrammer is making)
  3. Tips for doing a holiday book swap on a budget
  4. Pair comfort food with your favorite winter read (bonus points if the recipe is inspired by the book)
  5. Crafts inspired by popular Christmas picture books
  6. How to make printable Christmas/wintery coloring bookmarks
  7. 12 days of holiday audiobooks
  8. Tutorial: unique ways to wrap a book
  9. A (winter) day in the life of a book blogger/bookstagrammer
  10. Your favorite Christmas movies you wish were books
  11. Share your favorite reads of the year (or do a round-up and ask your bookish friends what their favorite reads were)
  12. Share a Blogmas post idea list
  13. Do a round-up of your favorite Blogmas posts from other book bloggers
  14. Flip-through your BuJo reading tracker spreads
  15. Plan a bookish-themed holiday party
  16. Host a bookish Secret Santa
  17. Bookish self-care routine for the winter
  18. 5 romance novels set during New Year’s
  19. 10 romance novellas that are perfect for Valentine’s Day
  20. January 12 is National Introvert day – share your favorite fictional introverts
  21. January 26 is National Spouses day – share a bookish rec from your spouse
  22. January 18 is National Winnie the Pooh day – share your favorite picture books
  23. February 1 is National Texas day – share wintery/Christmas books set in Texas
  24. February 26 is National Tell a Fairy Tale day – share your favorite fairytales
  25. Share your anticipated reads for January-March
Winter Blog Post Ideas for Book Bloggers
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And a few final thoughts …

I hope these 50 wintery book blog post ideas have given you plenty of inspiration to fill your content calendar all through the winter months! Don’t forget to download your PDF copy so you’ll have inspiration at your fingertips whenever you need it!

If you use any of these starters, I’d love the read the blog post! DM me on Bookstagram or leave a comment below. Happy blogging, xo!

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  1. These are some great ideas for book bloggers. I may have to sign up for your challenge as well. I have SO many books piling up that I haven’t had chance to read yet!

  2. Sometimes I do need a little inspiration on which book I am going to read and write an amazing review on new books and authors that I discovered. Thanks for sharing these amazing ideas.

  3. What a brilliant collection of winter-themed blog post ideas for book bloggers! This list feels like a warm, cozy hug for fellow book enthusiasts. I’m thrilled to see suggestions like sharing wintery bookmarks and creating bookish holiday ornaments—those little details make book blogging during the holidays even more special.

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