New Updates on the Refurbished “A Bibliophile’s Reverie”

New Pages, which are now a part of this blog:

  • Calendar- Along the top of this page, you’ll see a page entitled “Calendar.” By highlighting that link and clicking on it, you’ll be redirected to a the calendar page, where you will be able to see what books I’ll be reviewing and featuring on this blog in the future. At the same time, you might see that a future book that will be posted her might pique your interest.  This page will be updated weekly!
  • The Wolves of Midwinter Countdown
    By clicking the link above entitled “Countdown to The Wolves of Midwinter,”  all the latest updates on countdown events will be routinely updated. Eventually, there shall be cache of past posts,as each of them are posted throughout the summer. You may have an opportunity to win  some prizes along the way! I’m already starting devise some plans for my midnight party that would take place at the haunting horror of midnight, come October 15,2013. More details are soon to come, but I’m hoping to try to find a way to feature a live chat on the night of October 14th, going into October 15th, as part of my blog’s very daunting plans that will be slowly unveiled in the subsequent months about my most anticipated book of the year.

Hopefully, all my readers of my former “Blogger” blog are slowly making their way over to this newly remodeled blog. On the right side of the blog, be sure to join my Facebook fan page by clicking join on the Facebook group Widget! I hope everyone reading this new blog is as excited about the future of this blog, as I currently am. This newly modeled blog is much cleaner,in my opinion, than the dingy old bat’s nest that was formerly my uber-gothic Blogger blog.
I apologize for barraging all my blog readers with these requisite update posts, but I need make sure everyone is amply aware of all the sudden changes that my blog has undergone in the last few hours. It might not seem like a lot of work, but switching everything over has taken about eight hours of unpaid, but purely fervid activity.

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Stay Tuned this Sunday for an exclusive interview and review feature about Greg Wilkey’s second Mortimer Drake novel: Out of the Underworld

Thanks again for continuing to read my blog,

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