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Tag: blogoversary

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Win £30 of Books!

To celebrate ten years of blogging, I’m giving away a bundle of books to one lucky reader. The winner can choose up to £30 worth of books of their choice (or a £30 National Book Token to spend at your leisure). Books will be ordered…

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Six Years of Blogging

It’s customary to say some words to mark a blogoversary and I had a waffling post on the go. Then I thought, why not just do an infographic with inaccurate pie charts? The numbers are not spot on but they vaguely illustrate how my reading…

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5 Year Blogoversary!

Today marks the fifth birthday of Curiosity Killed the Bookworm. In some ways I feel like I’ve come full circle with this blogging thing. Like so many of you, it all started as a place to write some words about something I love, books! Then…

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Win £25 to Spend on Books

4th Blogoversary Celebrations Start Here On Friday this little blog turns four years old! I’ll have a few posts in order to celebrate, looking back at some of my favourite books and some thoughts on blogging in general. But first up, let’s have a little…

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Organic Search: A Poem

A book about temptation to kill someone A dead owl placed on your doorstep what would it mean? A truth revealed in Eleanor and Park Bereft is an emotion. Humans are a myth Fey dead ever after Dead tree technology Do androids dream of electric…

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Happy 3rd Birthday Blog!

Bring on the cake! I’ve been blogging for three whole years… I had wanted to do a week of fun blogoversary stuff but time is fast disappearing round here. Is there a relative of the sock monster who eats time? Words of Wisdom Most people…

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Two Year Blogoversary!

Today my blog has been in existence a whole two years. It feels like I’ve been blogging forever though and I can’t imagine not doing it. Even if my blog evolves over time (that’s a good thing) I hope to be here for many years…