#BookBlogWriMo: #Top10Tuesday – Most Popular Posts

It's day 11 of BookBlogWriMo!

If anyone doesn't know about BookBlogWriMo then... well, it just started this year. Hosted by Brittany of Book BumblingsBookBlogWriMo is a "a lax version of NaNoWriMo for book bloggers. [There are] prompts for each day, discussing different topics around books, blogging, and books + blogging."

The topic is: most popular posts.
Head on over to Google Analytics or wherever your stats are located and find the 10 most popular posts on your blog. Link to them, talk about them, tell us why we should love them.
1. Renesmee Cullen Cast!
    We are talking about the daughter of Bella and Edward here, guys. People were speculating about who would play the part of the creepy baby (btw, Mackenzie Foy's really pretty).

2. Book Review: State of War by Ninotchka Rosca
    I'd hazard a guess that most of the people visiting this post are students. State of War was a reading assignment for my English class at the university when I was an undergraduate student. 

3. We are the Harry Potter Generation
      This post was reblogged from Tumblr. I was new to that site then. I signed up since I was curious since most of my fellow early-access-to-Pottermore people were talking about this site.

4. Book Blitz + Excerpt & Giveaway: Phoebe Pope and the Year of Four by Nya Jade
       I am not quite sure why this is popular post. The link must have been retweeted and it snowballed from there. The giveaway might have been the reason, too.

5. Book Haul (11)
       In which I talk about the time I walked by the bargain section of a bookstore in Japan. All of them were titles in English and were 105 yen each. Definitely a bargain! I wanted to buy everything but I thought about the space in my luggage and... *sigh*

6. I Am Back!
       A mini-post to let everyone know that I was home from Japan.

7. Movie Review: 3 Idiots
      Best inspirational movie ever! This is for everyone. I highly encourage students (and those who can't make up their minds what to do in life) to watch this. 

8. Movie Trailer: Avalon High
       This movie is based on Meg Cabot's book of the same name. While the trailer is great, I recommend that you watch the movie first before reading the book. For me, the book was waaaaayyy better. Read my movie review here.

9. Blog Tour: One, Two, Three by Elodie Nowodazkij {Guest Post + Giveaway}
        Elodie Nowodazkij stopped by the blog and listed the five best things she learned while writing One, Two, Three. Check it out, they're smart words to live by.

10. Nostalgia: Questor, The Ultimate Anime Magazine
         Questor was probably the first magazine which featured, talked, and breathed anime in the Philippines. Shonen Jump, Lala and other foreign anime magazines were dodo birds here and quite expensive when it's available. Questor also featured original manga written and drawn by local staff. 
Ayanami Faerudo

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