Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Blogging Reflections from 2013


I've written posts about my favorite books of the year - but my year has been so much more than just reading!

I've had a busy blogging year as well, participating in some cool blog tours and special events.


My favorite blogging moments: 

I finished the Nerdbery Challenge - Go me!
http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/09/achievement-unlocked-newbery-challenge.html

I participated in Sci Fi Month, hosted by Rinn Reads. I loved writing about heroines, and my favorite things I wish were real, and more!

Part of SciFi Month was an amazing week of writing about Doctor Who with my pals Karen (of Teen Librarian Toolbox) and Sherry from Library Fanatic. It was a huge Doctor Who year for me, and I wrote a LOT about my newest obsession.
http://www.mariaselke.com/search/label/Doctor%20Who

My favorite Doctor Who post...
http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/11/dress-like-doctors.html


I was thrilled to participate in several blog tours for books I adore!
The Real Boy: http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/09/blog-tour-review-of-real-boy-by-anne.html
Sidekicked  http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/07/sidekicked-blog-tour-top-ten-bystanders.html

I got a new blog design!
http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/02/celebrating-new-look.html



Some of my favorite posts were my most read, and some weren't. Here are the ones I'm most proud of writing...

Do You Remember When 

Picture Books for Quirky Kids 

Authors are Rockstars
http://www.mariaselke.com/2013/03/authors-are-rockstars.html

My visit to Ireland generated some of my favorite posts.. 

Back in Time 



I participated in a Feminist Challenge. While I didn't write much about the books, I kept track of them with a shelf on Goodreads.

https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/4878838?shelf=feminist-challenge-2013






The End of an Era - Memory of Light  
I finally finished a series 20 years in the making. That's dedication!


Here's to a fabulous 2014! See you next year... 

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