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2 Year Blog Anniversary + Giveaway!


That's right, this day back in 2014, I wrote my very first review. It's awful, I'm not even kidding. I couldn't even get through it. Not that my reviews are any better now... I'm so bad at proofreading that there is so many mistakes in my reviews it's not funny. So to all of you for reading  my reviews anyway. You guys are the most amazing people in the world and I love you all. If I could I would send you all free books for a year but I'm not that rich so I'm sorry. 


So on the blog this year there has been 165 posts which is 55 less than my first year. I did promoted from part time to full time and have had less time. I have read more books this year compared to the year before. 

I started a book meme this year with the help of Laura @Blue Eye Books. I'm so thankful for her help as without her the meme would never exist and I've had this idea for so long. So thank you Laura. 

This year we also finally moved into our own place, no longer living with anyone anymore so I'm so happy for that! 

Now, where I want to go in the next year... I've been thinking of this a lot. I want to read, I won't say I won't read more because I read a lot already and I'm very happy with my reading pace. I hope I don't get any reading slumps though! Those are the worst!

I will say that I want to finally get the courage to start selling my bookmarks on Etsy. I'm so scared to do that for fear of backlash and hate. 


Also as a thank you for staying by me for another year and to all the new friends that found me this year, this giveaway is for you! It is international. So may the odds be ever in your favor. 





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