I just shared the 10 most popular posts on my personal blog from this year and I thought I’d do the same thing over here. It was a lot of fun to look back over the past year of geeky fun that we’ve had over here. Here are the posts that statistics say you guys loved the most:
This is probably my son’s favorite book, so he’d be thrilled to know that the review we wrote about Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins made it onto this list. Also it’s nice to know that Suzanne Collins isn’t a one hit wonder.
I read Cinder by Marissa Meyer this year and fell down the rabbit hole of obessession that is The Lunar Chronicles. Have you taken the plunge yet with this series? What are you waiting for??
The age old debate : which is better, the book or the movie? I gave you the rundown of both in regards to The DUFF by Kody Keplinger. Which one did you like better?
Linking up with Anne @ Modern Mrs. Darcy is always a good way to find new bloggy friends. Her Quick Lit series is responsible for many of the page views that found their way here.
I watched The Maze Runner and had a lot to say about it. Spoiler: It wasn’t very nice things. In all fairness, I still haven’t read the book.
The What I’m Into link up hosted by Leigh Kramer is another popular one. Bloggers share what they are obsessing over in the world of books, movies, tv, music, and life – like when I discovered The IT Crowd and was the never the same again.
Guys, WHY DID SELFIE GET CANCELLED?? IT WAS AMAZING!!! Seriously, it had all the things – all the things!! It was a modern telling of My Fair Lady and Amy Pond was there!!!! I’m still bitter about this one.
I can’t really take credit for this one – but you guys loved my wordless wednesday post in which I shared this adorbs cartoon portraying the 6 types of fangirls that I found via thesweetfandomlife.tumblr.com.
In which I took a bunch of online personality tests and then blogged about it. As you do. At my core, I’m still that fourteen year old girl pouring through the latest Teen Magazine, looking for a fun quiz that will tell me who I am.