15 Day Book Challenge: Day 11


Day 11: Show off! 5 of your best blog posts!

These 5 posts, according to my stats, are my most popular posts yet! This is great and yet totally catches me off guard. Why? Well there are no reviews in there, which is fine but it shows that readers like lists or random posts a bit more. Clearly, Harry Potter is a good seller because I’ve only had that Dumbledore post up for a few months and it’s gotten the most hits!

  1. (2) A Letter To Dumbledore: Where’s My Damn Letter?
  2. Literary Listings: 10 Bad Ass Tor.Com Short Stories
  3. Happy Hour: Kat’s Cupcake Sangria
  4. Literary Listings: 8 Books That Prove The English Caribbean Is More Than Pirates And Mermaids
  5. The Oxford Diaries: (1) How Not To Get Into Grad School



About Claire (BWB)

It's Claire (aka Quirky) from Bitches With Books, an online book blog that serves up a healthy dose of book reviews, lists + literary madness.
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One Response to 15 Day Book Challenge: Day 11

  1. I do think it’s interesting that reviews aren’t up there! Honestly, that’s part of the reason why I don’t do as many on my blog. I love reviews and discussing books I’ve read, but sometimes feel like everyone wants to read something else because there are just so many reviews out there!

    Out of those five, my favorite or the one I’m looking most forward to you continuing is The Oxford Diaries. I’m getting ready to study for my Publishing MA in London in September, and am going to be sharing my experiences as well. I look forward to hearing about your adventures too 🙂

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