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Can we take a moment to appreciate all the amazing things Jessica does? She posts impressively often, she operates her own Etsy shop, she ran a drive during the holidays to provide books to children in seven local women's and family shelters, and she's constantly coming up with creative content and marketing ideas. And she's only 15. When I was 15, I was still figuring out how to promote my posts on Twitter. I intensely admire Jessica's creativity—and the fact that she surely has more hours in the day than the rest of us.
here.) Someday I'd love to learn to code like Hazel (maybe I'll take a class in college?), and then I'll be able to design and maintain a sleek and professional site like Stay Bookish.
4. Aneeqah of My Not So Real Life and The Writing Hustlea reminder that success requires work and the other a manifesto for doing things that scare you—helped me reignite my love for blogging and made me want to throw myself wholeheartedly into content creation. I don't write fiction (nor do I plan to do so in the future), but much of Aneeqah's advice can be applied to any pursuit—in my case, blogging. And I'm not usually one for motivational articles or speeches (most of my drive to get work done or try something new has to come from me, not from someone else), but something about Aneeqah's writing style rings so true with me that I feel like her posts were written by a better version of myself. If you're a blogger, writer, any other type of creator, or a combination of the above, I highly recommend checking out The Writing Hustle (and while you're at it, My Not So Real Life).
Who are your favorite book bloggers? Let me know, as I'm always searching for more inspiration.