A post with my best wishes to you!

It’s the final day of the year, and it’s my last post this year too. I’ve been blogging for only 5 months (it’s exactly 5 month today, actually). Even though it hasn’t been a full blogging year, it’s been a very productive one. I’ve read more than 50 books, I’ve published 89 posts (well, 90 if you count About page 😄). Most importantly I’ve met so many interesting people. It’s now strange to remember that I used to think reading was a solitary activity. 🙂

I mentioned some of the awesome bloggers in my Notes Of A Newbie In The Blogosphere post, but there are, of course, many more amazing people out there. For example, there are authors who I know from Twitter. They are such great company! They are always there if you want to talk about books, or anything else. Here are their Twitter accounts so that you can meet them too: Carmel Hanes, Kevin Ansbro, Nikki Copleston, Julie U. Brown, Eugene Fournier, C.R. Dudley, Simon Farnell, Danielle Koste, Leta Patton, Johanna Saariluoma, C. M. Thompson, Chloé Douglas.

I’d like to thank all my subscribes and people who regularly visit my blog to read my posts. You are my daily inspiration! 

I used to dream about a book club nearby where I could discuss books with other people. It turns out, I don’t need such a club anymore because I have all of you here. The whole world became my book club. Thank you for your wonderful company!

I’m wishing all the best for you in the New Year! Let all our dreams come true in 2019!

25 thoughts on “A post with my best wishes to you!

      1. Hi Alexandra! The year is going ok so far. Currently reading I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll, which is much more mystery than thriller but the writing is very sophisticated and is keeping me guessing.
        Next on my TBR is Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller – have you read that one?
        How are you? 🙂

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      2. Is the first one the one you bought on Black Friday? I’ll wait for your final verdict on it. I was also looking at it but still haven’t decided to read or not to read it 🙂 As for Swimming Lessons, nope, I haven’t read it. I think I need a longer break after Bitter Orange. If all her books are like that, I’m not in the right mood for it right now.
        I’m quite ok, thank you. Reading The Essex Serpent, and Patrick Melrose and I don’t have anything light to read in between, so that’s a problem. These two books can be overwhelming, each in its own way.

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      3. Yes it is! I am really liking its multi-layered plot, although I’m not sure if you would like the slow pace.
        I have considered adding The Essex Serpent to my TBR. It sounds quite a full-on book – hope you are enjoying it so far!

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    1. I was hyperactive in the beginning of my blogging life. I knew I wouldn’t be able to keep up this pace, but I just couldn’t shut up, having finally acquired a medium to express all accumulated thoughts and ideas about books 🙂 I’m now trying to post every other day.

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      1. Showering you with all the energy to keep up with blogging for years and years to come! I just want everyone’s enthusiasm to never die down 😊

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      1. Thanks! 🙂
        I’m a bit ill at the moment unfortunately, so not a great start to the new year for me. I’ve not got much of a voice right now, but at least I can write!

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