Sunday, Sunday, and it has been a great week. I am going to start this weekly post to share all the great things going on in The Green Onion blogging world. Recap what I got posted in the following week and give clues as to what is coming. I have been very active in posting and have no intentions of slowing down. With that all out there lets take a look at what is going on…
The Green Onion Blog hit a big milestone this week, pushing past 200 followers. That is amazing, I feel great and appreciate every one who has visited this corner of the web, thank you. It feels like a level up from a beginner, and my blog is now established. Thanks again, booknerds!
Last weeks posts-
- Monday’s review focused on Slyvain Neuvel’s 2016 premiere novel, Sleeping Giants, a book essentially about a giant robot!
- The following day I dropped an introspective idea between the comparisons of food and literature, check out the recipe.
- This weeks comic review had a look at a few Hallows Eve with Batman: Haunted Knight.
- Thursday we combated the end of summer blues with a comedic children’s story, simply titled I’m Bored.
- Tor dropped some free Brandon Sanderson material this week, so Friday I made sure that none of you missed the chance, here.
- Capping off the week, the Green Onion combated a full on Zombie invasion.
Imporatant New Blog-
A couple weeks back, at the trail end of Mistborn Monday, we had a very special guest on The Green Onion Blog. Well big news! He is back, one of my closest and greatest friends has come out to play with us. Ericzor’s Playhouse has gone live with a fresh new blog. Focusing on his decades of video gaming experiences, Ericzor has many an opinion to share on many of games and other such topics. Make sure to give him a solid WordPress welcome, and check out his first post on the biggest thing right now Pokemon Go and the all important egg hatching.
Be sure to check in this week, don’t miss out on tomorrows review about a very peculiar book. A certain little hero takes centre stage for this weeks comic review. For Thursdays children’s book I’m hungry to talk about a classic. And are we ready for another top 10? Suggestions, requests, let me know?
Thanks booknerds, sorry the weekends over.