#TopTenTuesday, Meme

#TopTenTuesday – The first books I ever reviewed

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. You can check out the That Artsy Reader Girl page for more details about the post.

The rules are the same for everyone:

  • Each Tuesday, Jana assigns a new topic. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic.
  • Everyone is welcome to join but please link back to The Artsy Reader Girl in your own Top Ten Tuesday post as well as adding your name to the Linky widget on her page.

This week’s prompt was suggested by  Rissi at Finding Wonderland and it is the first ten books that you ever reviewed. This is an interesting prompt which gets you to go back and check out the older reviews and see how far you have come! I do not do this every week but with a topic like this how could I not join in!

The last three I did were:

My first ten blog posts were all mini-reviews so I am taking one from each post for this week’s top ten:(They all link back to the reviews). February 2017 was when I started writing reviews and I made sure I wrote them from the beginning of the year.

  1. Targeted – Kendra Elliot – Jan 3rd 2017
  2. The Void of Muirwood ( The Covenant of Muirwood #3) – Jeff Wheeler – Jan 5th 2017
  3. Say Goodbye for Now – Hyde, Catherine Ryan – Jan 12th 2017
  4. Wedding Cake and Big Mistakes – Naigle, Nancy – Jan 14th 2017
  5. A Marcelli Wedding: The Marcelli Bride & The Marcelli Princess – Mallery, Susan – Jan 16th 2017
  6. The Queen’s Poisoner (Kingfountain, #1) – Wheeler, Jeff Jan 20th 2017
  7. Finding Libbie: A Novel – Sletten, Deanna Lynn  – Jan 22nd 2017
  8. Dexter: An Omnibus (Dexter, #1-3) – Lindsay, Jeff  – Jan 25th 2017
  9. Frederica – Heyer, Georgette  Feb 1st 2017
  10. The Trapped Girl (Tracy Crosswhite #4) – Dugoni, Robert  Feb 17th

I feel so much older now that I read through them(even if it has only been two years). I realized how long it took for me to notice that I was not capitalizing my ‘i’s ! I also linked them the old boring way without the cover pages to make it look colourful.(That last part is mostly because I am still uncomfortable without my laptop which I should have with me by tomorrow afternoon).

I started this blog with a very cheerful enthusiastic, almost childlike glee. I am glad I got a chance to relive that part, thanks to the hosts of this prompt. what did you find out when you looked back at your old reviews??


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