Hello, my darling readers!
Another year is over, so today I’d like to look back on my blogging year 2019. This year I changed things up on my blog a bit, so let’s see how that turned out!
T5T and TMP:
I had participated in Thursday Movie Picks from time to time last year but in 2019 I managed to have a post ready for every week’s topic. Lest I focus too much on movies/TV shows, I also did a Top 5 Tuesday post every week, which is focused on bookish topics. I want to keep this up in 2020 as well!
Be sure sure to check out Wandering Through the Shelves and Bionic Book Worm who host TMP and T5T respectively!
As I mentioned, I did things a little differently this year. Before I just alternated post types (book review, TV show review, movie review, and book vs. movie), this year each month has a distinct topic. Within the movie review months, I did several specials as well:
- Hitchcock – I kicked the year off with an entire month of Alfred Hitchcock film reviews. As I also did the T5T and TMP posts, this meant writing a total of 21 reviews on one of the most famous directors of all time. Here’s the list of films if you want to catch up.
- Star Wars – I reviewed all the Star Wars movies out there, original trilogy, prequel trilogy, and all the sequels (+the parody Spaceballs). I spaced the 11 movies out over February and two reviews were posted at the beginning of March. Check out the reviews over here.
- Marvel – The next big movie review marathon was June and July. I reviewed all 22 MCU movies from Captain America: The First Avenger all the way to Endgame. All the reviews can be found over here.
- Halloween Horror – What would October be with a decent bunch of horror movie reviews? Just like in January I went all in and posted a review each day that didn’t already have a T5T or TMP post. Prepare to get frightened with the reviews over here.
- Christmas – Just like October is the month of horror, December can’t go by without a bunch of Christmas movie reviews. This year I checked out some of the new flicks out there as well as some of the classics I needed to catch up with. All things Christmas are listed here.