Top Ten Tuesday: FREEBIE — Top Ten Posts of All Time


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Top Ten Posts of All Time

I read in one of Parajunkee’s many amazing and helpful posts to continuously highlight the posts that did well on your blog, even if they are older posts, because obviously there’s a reason they were well received. So today is a compilation of the posts I feel were spectacular pieces that also faired well on the blog.

FIRST: I am still looking for guests to feature on the blog! You can do a guest review or a guest post and take over for a day! This is for anyone – reader, blogger, writer, publicist folks. Find out more here.

TWELVE Top Posts of All Time

  1. Thoughts on Thursday: Minimizing
  2. Thoughts on Thursday: What Makes A Good Romance? 
  3. Thoughts on Thursday: GIF Ready
  4. Review: The Keeper of Dawn
  5. Review: Lost on the Edge of Forever
  6. Review: Enough Rope
  7. Review: The Strange Birth, Short Life, and Sudden Death of Justice Girl
  8. Review: One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd
  9. Review: REDEMPTION: The Further Adventures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer
  10. Review: Life Interrupted
  11. Review: Pieces of Love
  12. Buzzfeed: 65 Books You Need to Read In Your 20s

Honorable Mentions: Guest Posts

  1. What Makes a Successful Historical Fiction Novel? — Melissa Beck
  2. Real Guidelines for Writing Imaginary Sexual Encounters, for Women Audiences, as a Man — Michael Haley
  3. A Different Way to See Romance — Angela Carling
  4. The Preacher — Andrew Joyce
  5. The Best & Hardest Job in the World — Mysti Parker

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