Pathologically Literate: 1 Month Old!

Happy Birthday Candles

source: Will Clayton

Well, folks, here we are – Pathologically Literate, one entire month old! Perhaps other blogs don’t celebrate their one-month anniversaries, but I suppose I’m just a bit sentimental. I also have to admit that I’ve attempted to start a couple of blogs in the past and never followed through… So is it bad of me to say I’m proud of myself? Because I am! I have loved blogging over the past month. It’s been something I look forward to every day, and it’s so nice to finally have an outlet to talk about my wonderful books!

Geez, what all have we talked about over the last thirty days? Well, there have been several book reviews, I’ve shared all about my Library Love, and I have sung the praises of my Kindle Paperwhite. I bragged about my latest shopping spree, we made bookmarks for Mother’s Day, and we read a little poetry. I even talked a little bit about The Boy… I’d say we’ve had a pretty full month!

Don’t you worry, my friends, there is plenty more to come here on Pathologically Literate. There will be more of the same, of course, but you can also look forward to things like guest posts, a series on reading for kids, bookmark tutorials, and more. And, please, if you have any thoughts or requests about things you would like to see in the future on this blog, feel free to email me at: pathologicallyliterate (at) gmail (dot) com. I’d love to hear your comments and suggestions! After all, we do aim to please here at Pathologically Literate!

6 thoughts on “Pathologically Literate: 1 Month Old!

  1. D. Soozie says:

    Congratulations on you and your blog being together for a month. In my world that’s almost a record! Have you read or reviewed the Chelsea Handler books? I laugh out loud when I read them. Her style is much like Howard Stern.

  2. Aunt Barber says:

    Liane Moriarty is one of my favorite authors – I have been known to actually “guffaw” when reading her books. Have you read any of them?

    • Pathologically Literate says:

      I read What Alice Forgot not too long ago – I wept through the whole thing for some reason; it really affected me. The Hypnotist’s Love Story is on my TBR list – I saw that you had read it. I’ll have to check out some of her others, too, I guess!

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