So, I was trying to think of a snazzy and awesome title for this post but my brain has sort of gone into the heavens after I worked so hard on my university work today so you’re stuck with that boring title up there.
Oh, but at least you know what to expect from this post, right? Right?
Oh. Well, I guess I could tell you that today, 15th April 2012 is this blog’s
Seven Month Anniversary!!
I know, right? I am so totally overwhelmed, it is unbelievable. I cannot describe to you just how much my life has actually changed in the last seven months but I will let you in on a big, big secret; it’s changed a lot.
This blog was originally started as a book and film blog that looks mainly at adaptations and it has transformed before my very eyes. Today it is a blog that ventures mostly to all things YA with a few AF here and there and the odd film review or comment here or there too. In the next coming months, however, this is going to be changing a little bit more as well – are you as excited as I am for this? But I promise, it will still have the same stuff, it’ll just have some extra stuff thrown in as well but you can always just ignore the few posts that aren’t you’re cup of tea!
On that note, I really, really, really want to just say
Honestly. You, my wonderful, amazing, beautiful, brilliant followers, are the reason I am still here. More than likely this blog would have been sitting and getting “dusty” in the blogosphere. But, because I have met so many wonderful fellow bloggers and authors and publicists, I am still here today and am always thinking about my blog, the things I need to do on it, the things I want to do in the future, things I want to change, add, etc. 75% of my time is now fully dedicated to my blog, and the other 25% of it I am constantly thinking about it anyway. I love this place, I love the blogging community and I am so totally looking forward to whatever happens in the upcoming future.
So yeah, this is a thank you post, a wow I am overwhelmed post, and a this is my new obsession post.
Before I leave, I have a question for you all.
If you’re a blogger, how long have you had your blog for? Is it what you expected it to be or something else, better/worse? What stops your blog from “collecting dust”?
If you’re NOT a blogger, would you ever consider becoming one? What do you like to see in other peoples’ blogs?
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