What Blogging means to me! || Two Years Blogiversary and Giveaway!

HeyΒ there guys!!

I can’t believe it has already been two years (on 2nd March actually)! I have been actually been blogging for two freaking whole years and I looove it so much! It wouldn’t have been possible without you guys.

Blogging has taught me so much. Here are just a few reasons why I love blogging so much-

  • I finally feel like I belong somewhere. Before I started blogging I barely had anyone to talk to or fangirl about books but now I have you guys. I love sharing my opinions and listening to what you guys have to say.
  • I had never been a voracious reader, I don’t think I even crossed 10 books a year but that also changed, it’s always more than 100 now! πŸ˜€
  • I expanded my reading horizons. I stepped outside my comfort level and tried reading books from various genres, loved some, hated some but they were definitely an experience I would never forget.
  • Writing reviews, discussion posts makes me feel so satisfied and at a kind of peace. Do you guys feel the same way?
  • I also found out about about NaNoWriMo while I was blogging which inspired me and challenged me to take my writing seriously.
  • Lastly, this blogging community is epic! I don’t know where I would be without you guys. So, as a token of my appreciation, I have organised a giveaway! Yup! (And it’s also opened internationally!)

Giveaway! (INTL)

2 winners can choose any 2 e-books from the list given below-

1. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
2. Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones
3. Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
4. We Are Okay by Nina LaCour
5. A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Barnard
6. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

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Thank you guys for sticking by my side for this long!

42 thoughts on “What Blogging means to me! || Two Years Blogiversary and Giveaway!

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  2. Congratulations, Poulami!! ❀ I seriously cannot believe it's been that long since we both first met. o.O And I love the positive aspects that you shared about blogging; I so agree with you especially on the ones about finding your niche and meeting amazing people. I hope that those two things never changes for the both of us. πŸ™‚

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  3. Happy Blogiversary!! Three recs that it doesn’t look like you’ve read: The Long Way to a Small Angry Plant by Becky Chambers, Ethereal Lives by Gem Stone and the Krinar Chronicles by Anna Zaires πŸ™‚

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  4. Congrats on two years! It feels like you’ve been around longer than that (in a good way of course!). Here’s to many more πŸ™‚

    Some New Adult/Contemporary recommendations: I think you’ll love any New Adult title by Jamie Howard (my fave is Until It’s Right but her Love Unplugged Series is also great). Colleen Hoover’s November 9. And Katie McGarry’s Pushing the Limits.

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    • Thanks Lauren! ❀
      I've been meaning to check out Pushing the Limits for so long, now I definitely will along the others. Thanks for the recs!

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  5. Happy two year blogiversary Poulami! Mine’s on 15 March! I haven’t done a giveaway on my first blogiversary because of the pricey shipping costs from India but I really like your idea of INTL ebook giveaway.

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    • Thanks Raven! ❀
      Yes, I so understand that. That's why e-books until I get a job, then things might change. πŸ™‚


  6. Also, to enter your giveaway and recommend you three books, I’d go with contemporary (you know me…:P) and I’d say the two Alice Oseman books, Solitaire and Radio Silence are awesome, both with very realistic teenager characters and amazing stories about friendship ❀ And Seven Ways We Lie, by Riley Redgate, a story told from so many different point of view, yet all characters had their own voice and I loved it!

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  7. Yaay, huge congratulations on your blogoversary, Poulami! I’m so happy to have met you thanks to blogging and you always make my TBR grow bigger and bigger ahah πŸ™‚ I feel the same way about writing book reviews and especially discussion posts, it feels so great and liberating, as if all these words were stuck inside of me ahha πŸ™‚ To many more years of blogging πŸ˜€

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    • Thanks Marie!
      Ah! I feel quite the same. πŸ˜€ That’s so great. Blogging is such a great outlet for us.
      Yesssh, to many more years of blogging! ❀

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