200 awesome followers!

followed-blog-200-2xOMG! I’m so happy πŸ˜€ You guys are amazing! I was so excited today when I’ve seen this new achievement message from WordPress.

200! And you know what? I even got my first e-mail follower last week :D. Thank you sweetie!

Once again:


I think I should highlight some of the posts I wrote for the last four months. Since WordPress is pretty awesome when it goes to statistics I’ll just link up few of the posts you guys liked most:

  1. 8 tips on how to make your blog betterΒ – I admit, I kind of counted on this one πŸ˜€ I hope some people found my tips useful
  2. Top 5 Wednesday – banned books – well naughty you! To tell you the truth most of the Top 5 posts get a lot of attention and I admit I liked reading those posts too, they show what books people treasure most, what are their favorites in many categories. Its a good recommendation too.
  3. Review tour – Otto Von Trapezoid and the Empress of Thieves by Jesse Baruffi – that one surprised me with it’s high position πŸ˜€ It’s a good read, you guys should try it!

And three extra posts that got quite a lot of attention, but are a bit lower on the list due to some Top 5 posts πŸ˜› Continue reading “200 awesome followers!”

The new Arthur

This book is yet another look at the Arthurian story. This time action takes us to modern day England and to a bunch of teenagers chosen to protect their world.

19197254The Golden Sword (The Camelot Inheritance #1) by Rosie Morgan

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I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

When I’ve started reading the book I was surprised with the similarity of the very beginning of this story to Harry Potter. We’ve got the same gloomy street, mysterious figures, magical cat and some other observers. It felt like it might be just another try on writing HP-like book. At that point, I thought “well, it’s either going to be very similar but boring story or it’s going to surprise me andΒ take me to completely different world”. Continue reading “The new Arthur”