Allison's Book Bag

5000 Hits!

Posted on: October 5, 2015

Allison’s Book Bag reached 5000 hits for the first time at the end of last month! What a wonderful way to celebrate five years.

Foremost, my thanks goes to my husband for encouraging me to start a book review blog. Also, he created both logos for my blog, as well as my Gravatar. He also faithfully edited my reviews, until I started feeling comfortable enough independently posting them. Oh, and he has even served as guest reviewer for me.

Also, I appreciate the constant support of my dad and my mother-in-law. Inspired by my blog, my dad started his own, which you can check out here: Open Theism. Also, he frequently comments on my posts, even when it means taking time to read the book I have just reviewed. My mother-in-law has also been a faithful follower from the start.

Finally, of course, thanks to all of my readers and followers. You’re hugely instrumental in my blog reaching 5000 hits. I can’t wait to see what the next five years and next 5000 hits brings!



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Spring Reviews

Almost a year after I announced that it was time to take a step back from this blog, Allison's Book Bag is still here. I'm slowly working back up to weekly reviews again. Each week, there will be one under any of these categories: Advanced Reader Copies, animal books, religious books, or diversity books. Some will come in the form of single reviews and others in the form of round-ups. Just ahead, there will be reviews of:

  • Freddy the Frogcaster and the Terrible Tornado by Janice Dean
  • The Distance Between Us by Reya Grande
  • Hearts of Fire from The Voice of Matyrs



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