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First Blogiversary!





This time last year I posted my very first review. It was of White Hot Kiss and it sucked. I look back at it now and cringe. It's freaking terrible! You are welcome to go read it but don't say I didn't warn you!

But I actually wanted to take this time and talk about what got me into blogging and I'm sure it's a story most people share with me. But it seems fitting to share it in depth here and now. 
I had just finished White Hot Kiss, which I read in one sitting that day after picking it up from my local Wal-Mart. It was my first taste of Jennifer L Armentrout and I was hooked! 


So I did what anyone would do, I headed to Goodreads to see if she had any other books. She did! So I requested them all from the library. I decided to start with Obsidian because unlike most people, I love the original covers. It was like I had found the Holy Grail and learned for the first time about book blogging. 

 I know, I'm completely late to the game but I just never knew about it. I sent so many years reading alone with no one to fangirl with. It got worse when we had to move away from my family as I didn't even have my little sister to talk to about the books I'd read. 

So I looked into this book blogging thing and found a free website: Blogger. I decided to create an account and give it a try. The rest is history! 

It's been an amazing first year and I want to thank each and everyone of you for coming along with me. I know I don't get to visit and comment on each of yours blogs because my all my computer problems and I don't get to blog everyday like I would like... but you guys just keep coming back and commenting and I love each and every comment I get. That make my day. 

So thank you to all. All the friends I've made, all the wonderful blogs I get to read and most importantly, to all those I've gotten to fangirl with. You guys are seriously the best ever! I love you all! Here's to another magical year. 



Also as a special treat,  I'm going to be doing a giveaway at the end of the month! Be on the lookout for that! The prize(s) will be fantastic! 

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