Happy Blogiversary!

Today is the one year anniversary of Book Fifty! This is a huge deal for me, because it’s the first time I’ve ever been able to maintain a blog–or any type of writing project–for that long. I thought today I’d take a trip down memory lane and share some of my all time favorite Book Fifty posts from the last year!

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1. What is a Classic?Β 

This post is the first of a two-part series about why the classics matter. In this particular post, I share my definition of a classic book.

 

 

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2. Six Reading Goals for 2016

I’m pretty proud of this post, which offers practical advice on how to set a reading goal. I wrote it around New Year’s, but you can set a reading goal any time!

 

 

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3.Β Audible: Pros and Cons

This post is one of my most viewed, and I think it’s a great review if you’re still on the fence about whether or not audiobooks are for you!

 

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4. London Wrap-Up

You all followed along as Mom and I trekked to the UK in April, and this post is a great summary of what worked and what didn’t.

 

 

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By far the biggest book I’ve read this year wasΒ Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. This book review combines history, theatre, and political drama!!

 

So those are just a few of my favorite posts, but I’ve loved getting to share my thoughts about all things book-related here on the blog. I’ve also been overwhelmed by the support for my pictures on Instagram. Thanks for following along and encouraging me–it means a lot.

Keep Reading!

Sarah

 

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One comment

  1. Steven Miller · · Reply

    HAPPY FIRST ANNIVERSARY!
    (Of MANY Anniversaries I trust)
    I truly enjoy reading your posts, value your insights and appreciate your encouragement to read! I truly feel as you that it enhances our lives. THANK YOU for allowing me to be a part, and benefit from your true gift of teaching and encouraging!

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