Blogmas Wrap Up!

As of this December, I have been blogging for a little over a year, and this was the first time I have attempted Blogmas! I have been so pleased with how well it has gone, and the support and feedback I’ve gotten has been amazing. I was really unsure if a ‘Blogmas Calendar’ would work as a concept, but it made me so happy to hear that others were enjoying it, and that I was helping people to discover new blogs! Of course, there were so many other blog posts I loved this year, and I was really sad that I could not include all of them, but I think I will be doing this again next year, and then I will have the chance to share even more of the blogs I love!

I’m sure people are tired of seeing this banner on my blog, so here it is just one last time, without any text over the cover! I was quite pleased with myself when I first took this photo, and it has been very useful over the last 24 days.

So one last time, here are twenty-four of my favourite blog posts of the year – I tried to choose a range of different discussions and bookish content, as well as a few things that were a little different!

Day 1 – Discussion: Fantastic Audiobooks & Where To Find Them (sorry I couldn’t help it) (Lia, Lost in a Story)

Day 2 – Yes, I Love YA (Eve, Twist in the Taile)

Day 3 – Who Reads Your Blog? (Jess, Bookends And Endings)

Day 4 – Books with the most Scrumptious Writing! (Mia, The Cosy Reader)

Day 5 – Instagram honesty. (Grace, Almost Amazing Grace)

Day 6 – The Rise of the Duology: The Good, The Bad and… (oh wait that’s it, it’s a two-part series) (Kate, Reading Through Infinity)

Day 7 – This is literally the worst book i’ve ever read.. (Lily, Lily C Reads)

Day 8 – The problem with almosts (Alice, Most Ardently Alice)

Day 9 – Event Recap of YALC 2017 (Amber, Mile Long Bookshelf)

Day 10 – Let’s Talk: Do you wear your blogger status proudly? (Ashleigh, A Frolic Through Fiction)

Day 11 – EASY CLASSICS FOR BEGINNERS | Pride and Prejudice, Frankenstein & MORE! (Lucy, Lucy the Reader)

Day 12 – Social Media for Writers: How to use scheduling tools to boost your social media presence (Beth Reekles)

Day 13 – What Does a Five-Star Book Actually Mean? (Bex, Books With Bex)

Day 14 – Confession: I Have Too Many Books (My Book Culling Tips) (Georgia, The Bibliomaniac)

Day 15 – My 2017 Bullet Journal Set-Up (Kelly, Kelly’s Rambles)

Day 16 – Why I Am A Reader Tag feat. bookswithbex (Emily, A Cup of Wittea)

Day 17 – Let’s Talk About The GoodReads Choice Awards! (Maddie and Bee, Heart Full of Books)

Day 18 – A Poor Girl’s Guide To Paris. (Ella, Whimsicella)

Day 19 – It’s Not Poetry Snobbery: It’s Mockery of Sexual Assault. (Annabelle, Obstinate Headstrong Girl)

Day 20 – My Tips for Defeating a Reading Slump (Laura, Reading Sanctuary)

Day 21 – Discussion: How has book blogging changed your habits? (Justine, I Should Read That)

Day 22 – Girl Power, Magical Realism & Nanowrimo | Booksandquills. (Sanne, Books and Quills)

Day 23 – How Do You Read? (Steph, A Little But A Lot)

Day 24 – Jo Talks Books: On Actual YAs in the YA Community (Jo, Book Lovers Blog)


Merry Christmas, everybody! X

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