Six for Sunday: Favourite Blog Posts

Six for Sunday: Favourite Blog Posts that you have written

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This is quite a hard prompt to think of answers for…

I have been book blogging for a year now, plus have several posts on language learning, teaching, travel and lifestyle. I have been attempting to post every day, with a mixture of book reviews, tags, multilingual flashcards and other interesting topics.

According to wordpress insights, my most-viewed post of all time is a multilingual flashcard for how to say penguin in 10 languages. I had no idea that penguins were so popular, although I can see why!

Here, in no particular order, are 6 posts which I am proud of:


Netgalley 101: A Guide for Beginners

This is exactly the kind of thing I wished I had seen when I first joined Netgalley, as I ended up requesting far too many books and some archived before I could even download them. I hope that this post is helpful!


Roald Dahl-themed Math resources

I worked really hard on these, both creating them and writing the post with ideas for how they could be used or adapted. I love using books in Maths, particularly as lots of people use texts as a central theme in English, but it can be just as effective in other subjects too. I have linked all of the resources here and they are free to download, so I hope they are useful for you! We used these in a Roald Dahl-themed Book Week, but you could use them at any point if you like!


Oliver Jeffers at the V&A

This was an excellent talk and I got to meet Oliver afterwards which was fantastic. Once again, I worked hard on this post and would like to convert some more people into Oliver Jeffers’ fans…because, how could you not love his picture books?


Folklore and Fantasy: An Evening with Melinda Salisbury, Samantha Shannon and Lisa Lueddecke

Another write-up of an author event, the first that I visited since starting blogging and a truly fascinating panel!


Harry Potter-themed multilingual flashcards

I did a series of these, with words from the Harry Potter universe translated into 10 languages. They didn’t really get that much attention, but I worked really hard on them and am proud of them anyway! (You can see all of them by clicking here)


Korean through Music

I did a few posts in this, with the intention of maybe making a series. We listen to songs we love over and over again, making them perfect for learning and embedding new vocabulary. I haven’t done any posts like this for a while, but am still using songs to learn languages so I wonder if I should…

J-Min – Stand Up

TVXQ – Off Road

Big Bang – Let’s Not Fall in Love


I also have loads of language learning posts from when I first started this blog, some of which aren’t too bad (if I say so myself!) but have almost no views or likes…

Like any skill (hopefully!) blogging should get better with practise so I hope that I can continue to improve my skills from now on!


What is your favourite blog post that you have written?

Leave a link in the comments and I will give it some love!


#SixforSunday is created by Steph from A Little But a Lot.


Check out some of my previous weeks of #SixforSunday here:

Books I would like to see as movies

Book characters I would like to stuck in a lift with

Animal companions in children’s books

Book characters I would like to be friends with

Book characters to avoid

Most exciting 2018 releases

Favourite books of 2018 so far

Favourite places to read

Favourite snacks to eat while reading

Favourite books that nobody has heard of

Questions for Authors

Questions for Publishers

Questions I always get asked

Rainbow Books

Metallic Books

Books that have made me laugh

Books that have made me cry

Books that have made me want to shout

Auto-buy authors

Books people are always telling me to read

Books that have been on the TBR pile forever


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Thanks for reading!

24 Comments Add yours

  1. AJ says:

    I like your six for Sunday posts too!
    I think I like my series I did while on holidays in Boston, but it was when I first started my blog so of course, not many people saw it.

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