Happy New Year Party Bookworms!

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Hello bookworms!

Wow! The New Year is nearly upon us and I guess it’s a time when we all take stock of our year and decide what needs to stay the same and what new things we need to start. Have you written out a list of New Year’s resolutions yet?

In the spirit of New Year’s resolutions, I’m also taking stock of this book review blog. And I need your help. So, I have just one important question for you:

What kinds of book reviews would you like to see on this blog in 2017?

Perhaps you’re happy with this blog and that’s super awesome! But perhaps you’ve been reading my blog and feel like something is missing, something that bothers you greatly. Now’s your chance to change that! I’m waiting to hear what kinds of reviews you want me to do. Just vote for whichever option suits you best and based on votes I’ll make some changes to my blog in 2017.

 

I’ve got some super book reviews coming up in 2017 so stay tuned to this blog. Your vote will absolutely be taken into consideration as well.

For now, check out The List to see what sorts of book reviews you can enjoy in the New Year. And if you have any specific books you’d like me to review, tell me about them in the comments section below (please just remember to make the title and the author clear so I know which book you mean) and maybe I’ll add your book to my list.

I hope you all have a super awesome New Year, whether you’re spending time reading or partying up like a rock star, I hope this New Year starts and ends with a terrific bang for you.

And remember:

Happy Reading!

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