15 Day Book Blogger Challenge, Day 11: My Best Posts

Okay, so I’m late boarding this train, but I want to be part of the fun too. I asked on Twitter for buddies, so that I wouldn’t be alone in taking this epic journey. Thankfully, bloggers are awesome people, so I quickly found three friends to travel with me through the book blogger challenge: Lili of Lili’s Reflections, Mickey of I’m a Book Shark and Jessie of Ageless Pages Reviews, so make sure you check out their responses too! We’ll be doing one challenge a week every Friday for fifteen weeks. For more information on the challenge itself, go visit Good Books and Good Wine‘s explanation post here.

This week, we’re meant to brag on ourselves, which is only something I like doing in jest. Like, I might brag about my grace and poise, for example.

I’m not sure if these are my best posts, but here goes:

1. Generally, I love all my discussion posts and top ten lists, but probably the most popular one I’ve ever written is the exposé of The Evil Sentence.

2. First up, my most ranty reviews of all time: The Summer Garden and Wasteland.

3. Then for a more giftastic negative review, I really love my review of Red Rain

4. Now, to not be endlessly negative, I do also love some positive reviews, like the one pretty recently for The Burning Sky.

5. Finally, there’s Cover Snark, which takes more time than any other post to put together, so obviously I have to pimp those posts out.

Alright, well, that was an awkward display of self-involvement. *shuffles*

oh my gosh

6 responses to “15 Day Book Blogger Challenge, Day 11: My Best Posts”

  1. Meg says:

    I love your discussion posts. The Moan of ARC one was particularly enlightening to me, both what you had to say and the comments, because I only recently became aware of ARCs in general, let alone all of the drama surrounding them. (Though The Evil Sentence Expose is hilarious and holy shit that sentence is everywhere.)

    That’s a pretty grand round up of posts, if I do say so myself (now that I’ve typed that out, I question the use of that phrase in general, it seems like a random collection of words. I’m not going to delete it though because, you know, lazy)
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    • Christina Franke says:

      Awww, thanks. Interesting that you mention that one, because I sort of wish I hadn’t written because of someone who decided they wanted some drama jollies. URGH.

      Laziness I always understand.

  2. I love your cover snark! I always find new books (like I don’t have enough already :p) despite some of the horrible covers. I’m also a fan of discussion posts GIFS can really spice up a review 😀
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  3. Lyn Kaye says:

    You have a LOT of material to choose for this topic!! Love the Cover Snarks!
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  4. Saji Connor says:

    Ohhhh I really like all your blog posts!! Reviews are always interesting, Cover Snark is sooooo bizarre and fun, and all the various posts are, I repeat, very interesting!

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