Google Docs is an amazing tool to utilize when blogging!
- There are some pretty awesome templates that you can use to help you write out your book reviews, if you're looking for idea's on how to set one up for yourself where all you have to do is plug-in your information, the book synopsis, some buy links, and your thoughts on the book. It's just really all about how you want your reviews to look and what information you want to include in them, really. This just gives me you a few idea's on where to start and a basic template that you can kind of tweak to make it your own.
- You can browse the Spreadsheets section and find all kinds of templates for keeping track of what you're reading, blog schedule template, various reading logs, bookshelf templates, etc. I really like tweaking one of the various reading logs to help me in keeping track of my TBR pile, my ARC/eGalley's that I need to read and review, and also the books that I've read so far. It's just an easy way for me to stay organized, plus for those who don't have Excel or who might not know how to use it, this is a great alternative. Debby @ Snuggly Oranges shared a few of her useful spreadsheets in this post, which I think is an incredible source of inspiration for getting organized.
- The Google Calendar is another fantastic tool to implement when blogging and Debby @ Snuggly Oranges talks about it a little more in depth in this post. (To see more of her how-to's just visit her blog here.)