Book Blog Discussion Post Prompts

Hello Darlings!

Today I have for you a huge list of discussion prompts you can use if you run out of ideas.

Tag me if you use them!!


  1. Do audiobooks count as reading?
  2. Reasons to listen to audiobooks
  3. Your first audiobook — experiences
  4. Your favourite audiobooks
  5. Advice on how to start listening to audiobooks


  1. Physical books or ebooks? What’s your preference?
  2. Do you miss having books in your space if you mostly read ebooks?
  3. How ebooks changed your reading habits
  4. Why ebooks will never replace physical books?


  1. Why do you/don’t you read ARCs?
  2. How to stay on top of your ARCs
  3. How and where to get ARCs
  4. Managing ARCs and moodreading


  1. Do you read romance? Why?
  2. Your favourite bookish ships
  3. Your favourite romantic tropes
  4. What books have thaught you about relationships
  5. How books influenced your expectations of relationships
  6. Bookish relationships you HATE
  7. What do you detest in romantic relationships/plots in books?
  8. What characteristics your partner should have based on your favourite characters?
  9. Your fictional crushes — who, why, and are they pretty?


  1. What’s your favourite genre and why?
  2. Do you stick to your favourite genres or do you read widely?
  3. Are classics worth reading?
  4. What got you into reading?
  5. What is/are your favourite type/s of posts to read?
  6. How to read more books?
  7. YA — is it really only for kids?
  8. How to deal with book slumps?
  9. How to deal with book hungovers?
  10. Benefits of reading
  11. Does reading teach empathy?
  12. Do you DNF books?


  1. What’s your favourite type of post to write? + advice on writing them
  2. How to start writing?
  3. How to edit your posts?
  4. Are you intimidated by the blank page?
  5. Where do you get ideas for posts?
  6. What blogging has thought you?
  7. Benefits of writing
  8. Benefits of blogging
  9. Your writing process


  1. Your favourite tropes (non-romantic)
  2. Your most hated tropes
  3. Your favourite moments in books
  4. Books you see yourself in
  5. Choose your squad & tell us why you’ve chosen each character
  6. Write a letter to your favourite character
  7. Write a letter to your favourite character from the POV of the villain/love interest/…
  8. Non-romantic relationships you want to see more of in books
  9. If you could spend a day with one character who would that be and why? What would you do?
  10. If you could spend a day in one fictional world where would you go? And what would you do?
  11. Build your amusement park based on your favourite books/worlds


  • Do you like my ideas? What would you add?
  • Choose your favourite question and answer it in the comments!!


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28 thoughts on “Book Blog Discussion Post Prompts

  1. Thank you for the prompts! This definitely will be very helpful for when I don’t know what to write for new blog post. Saving this for future reference πŸ˜†

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    1. Thank you, Cielo! I can’t wait to read your thoughts then!! Same, that’s why I like to brainstorm a huge number of potentials when I’m feeling inspired so I can just look back to them later and choose one πŸ™‚


  2. YOU ARE A LIFE SAVER, hon! THANK YOUUUUUUUUU!!! Saved a few for when the muse runs away again! All the credit does and WILL go only to YOU!! πŸ˜πŸ˜β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜‰πŸ¦‹

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  3. You are the BEST PERSON EVER!! My brain refuses to think of any discussion posts ever and these are going to help me so much. Thank you for sharing πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  4. Love the ideas. I struggle a lot, and your list surely helps. I’m fairly new to book blogging and always looking for new content. Insofar as the favorite question, it’s Do you DNF books? Yes, I do. I don’t do it often unless it’s so bad that I can’t continue on. I might add, that I at least try to get to the 33% point before I kick it to the wayside.

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    1. Thank you — I hope you’ll get some inspiration out of it πŸ™‚ I’ve only been blogging for about a year but you pick things up fast here — it’s a friendly community and there are lots of helpful posts. Have you tried any bookish memes or tags? That’s always fun content πŸ™‚ I think the most popular is Top Ten Tuesday but I also invite you to the meme I host — #5OnMyTBR πŸ™‚ We’re always looking for new people!
      33% is a good piont to DNF — if by then nothing fun is happening all hope is lost!


  5. Wow, this is such a useful list!! I am just starting to write discussion posts because I figured that I really need to and I will surely be borrowing a couple of ideas from here. Thank you!!


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