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Q: It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. so we want to know what you are Thankful for – blogging related of course! Who has helped you out along the way? What books are you thankful for reading?
Where to start? Well, first of all I would like to thank my blogger friends because the more I talked to them and read their posts the more I wanted to do the same and be part of this world.
To my husband for his patience teaching me to use HTML, for the hours I spent building my blog and the hours he spent correcting things. For enjoying every single post with me, for reading every comment you leave and for being there everyday with me, watching me type and watching me read all night.
To all the authors who, without knowing me, trusted in me and my blog to promote their books. For all the e-mails I exchanged with them, for their comments in my reviews or the RTs in Twitter.
To NetGalley who has provided me with a lot of ebooks to read these past months :D
And, most importantly, to my readers for being there. You have no idea how happy you make me with your comments, with your opinions in the ocasional discussion I post, with your feedback in every post. To know that you really read what I write and comment back it's just amazing. When I began this journey my reviews weren't that good, I needed to learn a lot and still need to improve my skills but I'm getting better at it and you are there, doing this journey with me. If I could I would give everyone of you a bear hug and a thank you with all my heart.
That's it, I don't want to write more because I'm sure you are all very busy.
As always, remember to enter in my giveaways (there's three right now), you can find them at the top of the side-bar. Good luck! :D
And, it would mean the world to me if you could check the "Emotional Experiment" game - press the name to play-.
My post about it it's HERE and, seriously, it's really good and it has something to do with a meme I'm creating that will see the light next week.
Spread the word about it too if you can, it's really really important to me.