Hey, everyone! As you can see on the title, this is going to be an ultimate directory of blogging memes and link-ups! If you’re not familiar with these two terms, let me explain it to you real quick! It’s basically a method that bloggers used to share their posts, increase their traffic, find new bloggers or maybe just gain ideas for their upcoming post! The only difference that I notice between these two is, you usually just write your post based on the blogging meme that you joined, and this is a great method if you’re lack of post idea. And link-ups is pretty much self explanatory; you link up your post based on the link-ups’ theme that you joined, and this is a great method to get connected with fellow bloggers especially those who has the same niche with you!
Anyway! I found so many of it, not gonna lie. But I’ve filtered them so this directory (currently with 60+ links) will only consist of blogging memes and link-ups that actually still running (as per September 2018). With Blogtober coming up really soon, I think this directory will be quite useful too! We all know how stressful it can be to write post every couple days, let alone every single day!
This directory consist of varied topics of blogging memes and link-ups, including books (mostly), movies, music, crafts, foods, travels and just lifestyle theme in general! So, whatever niche your blog is, I hope you can found something to join here! Without further ado, here you go!
- ‘Banned Book Club’ by This is Lit Blog. A monthly meme where you read one historically challenged book for each month and share your review about it.
- ‘Books I Did Not Finish & Why’ by Do You Dog-Ear?. A monthly meme where you share about book(s) you did not finish reading and the reasons behind it.
- ‘Calendar Girl’ by Never Not Reading & Draqued Dreamer Reads. A monthly meme to ignite bookish discussions among readers, and was inspired by the 1961 Neil Sedaka song, Calendar Girl.
- ‘Down the TBR Hole’ by Lost in A Story. A monthly meme where you cleansing your TBR of all those books you’re never going to read and sort through it all to know what’s actually on there.
- ‘Lights, Camera, Action!’ by Bookish Voyager. A bi-monthly meme to fancast everything you read and see. You are the directors. You are the creators. Pretend this is your movie. How it turns out, it is only up to you.
- ‘Monthly Wrap-Up’ by Bookidote. A monthly meme where you can share about your favorite reads or watches from the previous month.
- ‘Month in Review’ by The Book Date. A monthly meme where you can share about books you’ve purchase or read from the previous month, including details like your most or least favorite, the total amount based on book format, genres, etc.
- ‘Spread the Love’ by As Told by Tina. A monthly meme where you link up any posts that you wish had gotten just a little bit more love. Perhaps, you put your heart and soul into one post but it didn’t get as many comments or likes as you wanted.
- ‘State of the ARC’ by Avalinah’s Books. A monthly meme to motivate you to finish up all your long overdue ARCs (Advanced or Early Reader Copies). You can track your reading progress and link up with your own post. Most commonly it comes out on the 30th of every month.
- ‘Travel Link-Up’ by Adventures of A London Kiwi. A monthly link-up where each month, from the 1st to the 7th, a fresh batch of fantastic travel tales are spun and added to the link-up pages, and a guest host will be feature to keep the mix even more exciting.
- ‘What’s on Your Nightstand?’ by 5 Minutes for Books. A monthly meme where you can share about books that you’re currently reading or planning to read.
- ‘#WorldReads’ by Stephanie Jane. A monthly meme to encourage and promote the reading of global literature. On the 5th of each month, you can pick five books that will be highlighted from a chosen country.
- ‘I Heart Characters’ by Perspective of A Writer. A weekly meme where you can share about your favorite characters based on the weekly theme. The characters may comes from any media, such as books, movies or series.
- ‘TBR Lows and Highs’ by Howling Libraries. A weekly meme where you can share about books that you decided to purge from your TBR (the Lows) and books that your decided to add to your TBR (the Highs).
- ‘Inspire Me Monday’ by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia. A weekly link-up where you can share about your current favorite crafts, decorations, DIYs or recipes.
- ‘It’s Monday! What are you reading?’ by The Book Date. A weekly meme where you can share about what you have been, are and about to be reading.
- ‘Made by You Monday’ by Skip to My Lou. A weekly link-up where you can share your latest craft post.
- ‘Mailbox Monday’ by Mailbox Monday. A weekly meme where you can share about books that came in the mail from the last week.
- ‘Make Life Pretty Monday’ by The Organized Dream. A weekly link-up where you can share posts related to craft, decor and pretty things in general.
- ‘Manga Monday’ by Bookish Owlette. A weekly meme where you can discuss all things manga. You can talk about what you’re reading, your TBR, favorites, lists, share snapshots and opinions.
- ‘Menu Plan Monday’ by I’m An Organizing Junkie. A weekly link-up where you can share about your menu plan for the week ahead.
- ‘Modest Monday’ by The Modest Mom Blog. A weekly link-up where you can share posts about anything concerning being a godly, feminine woman. Topics include: modesty, being a wife, mother, homeschooler, homemaker, cooking, sewing, etc.
- ‘Monday’s Memo’ by RacheLeanne. A weekly meme where you can discuss anything you want to discuss about the week ahead. You may choose to discuss what you are excited about, what book you are reading/want to read, what tasks you need to do this week or what films and TV you are excited for this week.
- ‘Music Monday’ by The Tattooed Book Geek. A weekly meme where you can share your current favorite music.
- ‘TBB Linked Up’ by The Blended Blog. A weekly meme where you can answer a series of questions or simply write a post based on the weekly theme. Most of the themes are fun, casual and perfect for a lifestyle blogger.
- ‘Book Club Tuesday’ by Coletta’s Kitchen Sink. A weekly meme where you read books from your shelf, write reviews and then share it, so no need to buy new books.
- ‘Children’s Book Tuesday’ by Ginger Mom and the Kindle Quest. A weekly meme where you can only share your post which talks about kidlit books.
- ‘First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros’ by @ I’d Rather Be at the Beach. A weekly meme where you can share the first paragraph (or a few) of a book that you’re currently reading or planning to read.
- ‘Task It Tuesday’ by Because Reading. A weekly meme where you can share list of tasks that you’re currently doing or planning to do in the future.
- ‘Tell Me Something Tuesday’ by Rainy Day Ramblings. A weekly meme where you can discuss wide range of topics, from books to blogging.
- ‘Top Five Tuesday’ by Bionic Book Worm. A weekly meme where you can share your top five list based on the weekly theme.
- ‘Top Ten Tuesday’ by That Artsy Reader Girl. A weekly meme where you can share your top ten list based on the weekly theme.
- ‘Readers Workouts’ by Joy’s Book Blog. A weekly meme where you can share workout stories, goals, successes, and challenges.
- ‘Can’t Wait Wednesday’ by Wishful Endings. A weekly meme where you can share and discuss the books you’re excited about and generally consist of books that have yet to be released.
- ‘Library Loot’ by The Captive Reader & Silly Little Mischief. A weekly meme where you can share the books you’ve checked out from the library.
- ‘Shelf Control’ by Bookshelf Fantasies. A weekly meme where you can share about the unread book on your shelves. Pick a book you own but haven’t read, write a post about it (suggestions: include what it’s about, why you want to read it, and when you got it).
- ‘This Week in Books’ by Lipsyy Lost & Found. A weekly meme where you can share about what you’ve been reading now, then and next.
- ‘What Are You Reading Wednesday’ by Tsundoku Girl, Marissa Writes & The Geeky Yogi. A weekly meme where you can share about your current read(s) and answering a series of questions about it.
- ‘Wondering Wednesdays’ by Mallory Reads. A weekly meme where you answer a series of given questions and one of them will be a book related question.
- ‘Wondrous Words Wednesday’ by BermudaOnion’s Weblog. A weekly meme where you can share new words that you’ve encountered or spotlight words you love.
- ‘WWW Wednesday’ by Taking on A World of Words. A weekly meme to answer the three W questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?
- ‘Backlist Blast’ by A Couple Reads & Flavia the Bibliophile. A weekly meme where you can share and feature banned books (any books that published six months ago or earlier).
- ‘Down the TBR Hole’ by Lost in A Story. A weekly meme that revolves around cleansing your TBR of all those books you’re never going to read and sort through it all to know what’s actually on there.
- ‘That’s What He Said Thursday’ by Chapter Break. A weekly meme where you can share a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his heroine. Keep in mind these are direct quotes from dialogue in a book and not a physical description or a paragraph of dialogue.
- ‘Thrifty Thursday’ by Books of My Heart. A weekly meme with purpose to read a book which was free (at some point).
- ‘Thursday’s Top 4’ by Ally Writes Things. A weekly meme where you can share your top four list based on the weekly theme.
- ’50/50 Friday’ by Blue Eye Books & The Butterfly Reads. A weekly meme focuses on the opposite sides of books (best/worst, differing opinions, etc) which will be based on the weekly theme.
- ‘Book Blogger Hop’ by Coffee Addicted Writer. A weekly meme in which there will be a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. The hop’s purpose is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog.
- ‘British Isles Friday’ by Joy’s Book Blog. A weekly meme where you can share all things British and Irish — reviews, photos, opinions, trip reports, guides, links, resources, personal stories, interviews, and research posts.
- ‘F is For Friday’ by Nomadic Worlds. A weekly meme where you answer a series of book related questions along with your weekly favorites.
- ‘First Impression Favorites’ by J. W. Martin. A weekly meme where you can share your first impression about your current read(s). You can also share about your predictions, theories, and whether you think you’ll end up loving it or hating it.
- ‘First Line Friday’ by Wandering Words. A weekly meme where you can share your thought about a book based on its opening line.
- ‘Friday Face Off’ by Lynn’s Book Blog. A weekly meme where you can share your favorite book cover(s) based on the weekly theme.
- ‘Friday Favorites’ by Wishful Endings. A weekly meme where you can share about your favorite author, book, series, publisher, cover, or blog which will be based on weekly theme.
- ‘The Friday 56’ by Freda’s Voice. A weekly meme that requires you to grab a book, any book. Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader. Find any sentence, (or few, just don’t spoil it) that grabs you. Post it. And share your link. It’s that simple.
- ‘Dare to Share Saturday’ by Pams Party and Practical Tips. A weekly link-up where you can share any of your latest post.
- ‘Saturday Screen Time’ by Cornerfolds. A weekly meme where you can share about movies that you’ve been watching recently along with your thoughts about it.
- ‘Saturday Sharefest’ by The Sway. A weekly link-up where you can share your best post to get a chance to be feature on the next Sharefest post.
- ‘Saturday Situation’ by Pure Imagination. A weekly meme where you can share your posts, such as reviews, discussions, rants, events you are planning, anything that you want people to read. You can also promote about giveaway that you’re currently running.
- ‘Saturday Stars’ by Nomadic Worlds. A weekly meme where you can feature your favorite character by answering a series of questions.
- ‘Sentranced Saturday’ by Reader Voracious. A weekly meme that encourages you to share a quote that left you entranced.
- ‘Series on Saturdays’ by Books of My Heart. A weekly meme where you can share and discuss about the best series in a certain genre.
- ‘Stacking the Shelf’ by Tynga’s Reviews. A weekly meme where you can share about books that you recently added to your shelf, both physically and virtually.
- ‘Talk of the Town’ by Jera’s Jamboree & Book Boodle. A weekly meme where you can link your book related posts.
- ‘Cinema Sunday’ by Escape2Fiction. A weekly meme where you can share about movies that you’ve seen recently along with your thoughts about it.
- ‘Shabby Sunday’ by ReadRantRock&Roll. A weekly meme where you can share about your shabby vintage books.
- ‘Sunday in Bed with…’ by Midnight Book Girl. A weekly meme where you can share about books that has been in your bed for that morning.
- ‘Sunday Features’ by Denise Designed & Tabler Party of Two. A weekly link-up where you can share your new post about your favorite home decor, DIY, craft, or recipe.
- ‘Sunday Post’ by Caffeinated Reviewer. A weekly meme where you can share news about your blog, including a recap of your posts from past week (link those post from week before!), an upcoming posts for next week (list them!), what you’ve received in the mail, what you’ve been reading or watching or even your current favorites. The opportunity is endless!
- ‘The Sunday Exchange’ by Pages Unbound. A weekly meme where you can share a post from your own blog that matches the week’s theme. The goal is to allow you to share posts you are proud of or think other people will find interesting and to help other people find fun posts to read.
So, those are some blogging memes and link-ups that I’ve found around the web! I personally love this concept since it gives me a lil push and motivation to write more post and honestly, it’s exciting to be able to discover new blogger friends along the way! I’ll try my best to update this list, however, I’ll appreciate it if I can get some helps. Therefore, if there’s any blogging memes or link-ups that’s not working anymore, or maybe you found a new one out there, then let me know! You can drop me an email, contact me on any of my social media account, or just fill in the form on the right side of this blog!
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Now, my questions are:
- What do you think about blogging memes & link-ups? Do you like it or hate it?
- Are you joining any blogging memes & link-ups at the moment? How do you feel about it?