The final prompt from A Month of Favorites is to share our Five Favorite (or Most Popular) Blog Posts from the year. I want to be honest with myself and all of you so I have to admit that I didn't have the best blogging year. When I did get posts up (besides a post a day for DWJ March), they were usually quick and to the point. And while I was glad to share some great books with all of you, the posts weren't the most thoughtful or imaginative of my blogging career. I *am* still amused by a couple of my post titles though so here are my ...
Five Favorite Blog Post Titles of 2014
You Said You Would Wait Until the End of the World (The Last Policeman) - 8 April
Sometimes Mere Scales Can Be Beautiful Music (Seraphina) - 10 April
Holy Hiatus, Batman! - 25 May
One Cop, Two Cop (Countdown City, The Yiddish Policemen's Union) - 30 May
A Three-Story Trip Through London (Ten Second Staircase, The Pigeon Pie Mystery, This Other London) - 3 June
I hope you've enjoyed these Favorites posts this month. It's been fun to share so many aspects of my 2014 blogging with you all and I do feel like I've gotten a bit of my blogging mojo back. So I also hope that you all decide to stick around through 2015, while I try to entertain and share even more wonderful books!
Happy New Year's Eve,