Post #100!

It really doesn’t seem like I’ve posted one hundred things already (to be fair, a lot of my early posts were pretty brief), but already, I’ve hit the century mark! 100 posts, 152 followers, 168 comments: not too shabby, I’d say.

I knew I had to do something to mark my 100th post, and Sarah Rose was kind enough to suggest a list of my ten most popular posts, so here it is!

Top 10 Most Viewed Posts

  1. Book Review: To Kill a Mockingbird
  2. Poem of the Week: “A Servant When He Reigneth”
  3. Why People Hate Poetry
  4. Book Review: Fahrenheit 451
  5. 9 Authors Whose Books I Want to Try
  6. Why We Need Science Fiction
  7. Top Ten Tuesday: Places That Books Have Made Me Want to Visit
  8. Review: The Merchant of Venice
  9. C. S. Lewis the Poet
  10. The 3 Best Fictional Dads

Thanks to all of my readers for following, sharing, and commenting!

8 thoughts on “Post #100!

    1. Thanks. I had no idea that your blog had been going for that long. I guess I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. 🙂

      😀 I like getting people talking about TKM too.


  1. Haha,congrats.And I just had my 200th post with the love letters.

    I think when you just love blogging and sharing with people,you write more than you realise! For me,that’s the magic of the blogging community.Never would I have thought that I would one day posts 200 things in less than 2 years!

    Liked by 1 person

      1. Thanks! I thought the other theme was a little too dark. This one, I think, has a kind of old-fashioned feel. It reminds me of how old books smell. 🙂


    1. Thanks! To be fair, a lot of my posts are quick, short ones (like the Poem of the Week posts), so I guess those add up quicker than you realize. Wow, 200 posts! I wonder how long it’ll take me to get that far!


Leave a reply.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Is this just fantasy?

I love the movies, which is why I like to blame them for everything.

Citations orthodoxes

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

#womensart ♀

Celebrating women's art and creativity

The Blonde at the Film

a fresh look at old films

Patrick Nabarro

Writer, Cinephile

Celluloid Wicker Man

Reviews, Essays and Analysis of Film and Art By Adam Scovell

My Crash Course

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

Self-Styled Siren

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

Jasmine L Holmes

Become Known & Loved

The Sheila Variations

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

Carrots for Michaelmas

Cultivating a Catholic family through literature, liturgical living, and urban homesteading

Cinema Sojourns

Time Tripping Through the World of Film

Knowledge Lost

An Endless Pursuit of Knowledge

The Motion Pictures

Lindsey D.'s ramblings on the moving image!


I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson


Suivez-moi au monde des langues!

Consulting Philologist

The Website and Blog of Dr. Matthew Scarborough

Tried With Fire

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

%d bloggers like this: