I’ve been blogging my reading list with Blogger since 2004. You may wonder why you’re at a totally different Bibliophilist now. I’ve been considering a move and have been trying out the blogging host that WordPress offers. I added the same posts to two sites for quite a while, but have finally decided to just go with WordPress.

  1. Friday, 30 March 2007 at 9:00 am

    Oh, and if you go back in my archives, you’ll find posts that are not my reading list. During the time we lived in the UK I had a blog where I wrote about things going on and differences I found. When I imported it over to wordpress, it ended up mixed in with my reading list. I went to delete them from the reading list, only to discover it was deleting them from the other blog as well. So, they’re the ones I haven’t deleted yet are mixed in with my reading list. Eventually I’ll figure out how to get them separated. But, I’m procrastinating.

  2. Monday, 1 March 2010 at 10:28 am

    And, considering it’s March 2010 and those posts are still not separated out, I think I may be eligible for the title of “queen of procrastination”!

  3. Friday, 26 March 2010 at 11:29 am

    Good Morning,

    My name is Arielle and I work with a small publicity company that partners with christian authors trying to get their books off the ground. I read through many blogs to find the best possible readers for our authors. I am very eager to add you to my list of reviewers.I’d like to send you a pdf. of our newest releases, if this is somehting you’d be interested in please let me know. I hope to be hearing from you soon.

    Arielle Roper
    Bring It On! communications

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