This is a very strange post to write, because it means that Books And The Universe is, as of today, one year old.
When I started blogging last year, I didn't really contemplate the fact that I would still be doing it now, that I would be awake equally late, still rambling incessantly talking about books, as much as life seems to be getting in the way that the moment.
In which I make a number 1 out of some books.
I guess, most of all- Thank you, readers. You're out there somewhere and you're awesome for putting up with me and listening. The blogosphere is a winning place and huge fun to be a part of. For one thing, it's always there when I can't sleep, and has opened me up to a whole other aspect of teenage fiction. Without reading other blogs I probably would never have come across some of my favourite books. Most of all, blogging reminds me why I love reading. Simple as.
I had better use this opportunity to ask- do you have any suggestions for the blog? Is there too much of something? Too little? Et cetera. I'll leave that to you.
Well, there you go. I'm off to finish re-reading Notre-Dame de Paris now. Over and out.
A teenage girl from south-west England who spends her days reading, writing novellas and watching classic films.
Overenthusiastic student of German and Russian as well as the double bass, and a fan of interesting architecture, French literature, cinematography and talking about herself in the third person.