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Novel Newcomers 2018 is currently on hiatus due to real life commitments.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

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Book Bloggers Who Started in 2016 | Novel Newcomers

I never finished Novel Newcomers 2017 because I got hit with a bout of wind that took my motivation away, along with life.

And honestly, I feel super bad because those bloggers didn't deserve someone who dropped off the face of the blogging planet and blogged sporadically.

I'm putting Novel Newcomers 2018 on hiatus this year until I find my ducks and gather them together in a decent line. I don't want to drop this feature because I think new and small bloggers are just as important as bloggers who have been around for awhile.

I don't know what I want to do to the feature yet, though. I'm hoping 2018 will give me time to think about what I want to do with Novel Newcomers 2019.

The Book Bloggers Who Started in 2016

There are plenty of bloggers who weren't featured in 2017, but here's a full list of those who were a part of Novel Newcomers 2017 - from those who have rebranded, left the blogging world, etc.

Amy from Novel Gossip
Danielle from The Blonde Likes Books
Dominique from Pirates and Pixie Dust
Emaan from Bookdom
Erica from Erica Robyn Reads
Fernanda from The Wanderlust Reader
Sumedha from The Wordy Habitat
Rebekah from Rebekah Rose Books
Isabella from The Book Pandas
Joana from Hard Choices Girl
Kaeley from Spoilers May Apply
Kathryn from Bookwise
Kourtni from Kourtni Reads
Kristin from Kristin's Novel Cafe
Rita from Bookish Rita
Segilola from Segilola Salami's Blog
Shruti from This is Lit
Wendy from What the Log

Also, HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! Let's show small bloggers some love. 💞
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