Five thousand thank yous

When I started this blog, almost a year an a half ago, little did I know that I would not only enjoy it so much, but also get to know, both personally and professionally, some absolutely fantastic authors. And little did I know that so many of you would embark on this crazy journey of mine for the love of books, sometimes because I write about a specific author, but also because I can help people discover some terrific writers.

But most of all, little did I know that, despite my having spent a whole 10 months being more than part-time because of work, you would still read and follow.

Yet here I am, 17 months after the birth of Caro’s Reads, celebrating my 5,000th visitor. That is 5,000 people visiting this site and reading whatever I write, be it a book review, some of my reader’s life anxieties and musings (or some venting, sometimes), or anything book-related that strikes my fancy.

That’s why I’m taking this post to thank each an every one of you for reading me.

And why I am thanking those who make this blog possible: the authors. Special thanks to Robyn Peterman, Jason Kasper, Mandy M. Roth, Michelle M. Pillow, K.F. Breene, and Christine Gael for the honour of being in your respective review teams, as it is, for me, a real privilege. I am forever grateful to all of you.

I will continue reviewing books, as I am reading them quite a lot, and tell you about my readings, my reading woes, my work (indirectly) and, most of all, of my love for the written words which, I hope, transpires in all of my posts.

Again, five thousand times thank you!

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