I am going to tease you by starting at the end of my title list: BEST POSTS. Let's start with the top five posts with the most hits of the year:
I also thought it would be fun to list the top five posts based upon the comments received. There is overlap in only one post!
- 2015: My Year to Persevere
- Monday Maunder: Spring 2015 Bloggiesta
- Spring 2015 Bloggiesta Challenge: Blast from the Past
- Mini Bloggiesta: June 2015
- Announcing the Father & Son Month of Frights
What does this tell me about my blogging in 2015? It tells me that reviews don't always drive the traffic, but the blogging events surely do! I think I will be continuing to participate in blogging events throughout 2016, and maybe even creating/hosting my own!
Now, let's move on to BEST PICS of 2015. I shared my #2015bestnine over on Instagram, and I thought I would just share the collage here as well. There were no surprises to see all those books!
Last, but not least, let's take a look at my BEST BOOKS of 2015, in no particular order!! You will see a variety of reads on this list, from nonfiction to novels and classics to graphic novels. There is even a short story on the list. (If you are looking for reading stats, I will be sharing those in a future post. Today is focused on the BEST!)
What were some of your BEST OF 2015? Do you agree with any of my favorite books from the year?
Some really great choices here. I've been a Mockingbird fan since I read it as an adult, and I love Saga. American Born Chinese is one of my all-time fave graphic novels, so tickled to see that one too.ReplyDelete
Andi ... I read some amazing books in 2015! Mockingbird was actually a re-read, but I loved it so much more the second time around as a more experienced and hopefully more wise adult! Saga is so much fun and American Born Chinese may just go down as one of my all-time favorite books ever!Delete
Great look back at last year. Very interesting to see what your top posts were. And as usual - interesting book choices.ReplyDelete
Tanya Patrice ... Thank you! :)Delete
I love To Kill a Mockingbird and Sharp Objects is in my reading queue now. Misery is on my TBR.ReplyDelete
This is a great post for looking back o your year.
SDCB Steph ... Thank you! I hope you enjoy Misery and Sharp Objects as much as I did!Delete
I was also happy that I decided to reread To Kill a Mockingbird this year as an adult. It meant so much more now that I know more about history and life and people.ReplyDelete
Kristen M. ... Exactly! I appreciated it so much more as an adult.Delete