- Don Massenzio
- Roger from Woebegone but Hopeful
- Danny from DreamBigdreamoften
- Felicia Denise
- Mr. Militant Negro
2 Most Popular Posts of the Year:
- Introduce Yourself: Promotional Opportunity for New Authors
- 5 Ways Commenting on other Blogs can Help Your Blog to Grow
Most Active Day: August 7, 2017
- On August 7th, I made the announcement that The PBS Blog has been listed among Reedsy’s Best Book Review Blogs of 2017.
- I announced the winner of my First Annual Poetry Contest, the beautiful Merrill D Smith.
Books Published this Year:
I surpassed my total number of reviews for Renaissance. I am still trying to break into the 20+ range but I am close! (To review for this book email me for a copy)
I am Soul made it to #7 on the Amazon Best Sellers List for African Literature > New Releases. Currently, we are holding strong at number 12 and patiently awaiting our first review 🙂 lol.
2017 saw a great increase in book reviews published to this blog, which I am proud of because I am always most excited at what I can do for others.(P.S. I have not forgotten about the Book Review Awards! Updates coming once everything has been organized.)
Here are the top 5 book reviews of this year (most shares, views, likes)
- Even Rain is Just Water by Lynette Davis
- The Stranger by Joan Hall
- Waiting in the Wings by Stevie Turner
- Coed by James Fant
- Define Your Voice: Narrowing Down Your Target Market by Altovise Pelzer
Black History Fun Facts
We were on a roll this year and managed to publish 19 articles as part of our Black History Fun Fact Friday series (which returns next year.) Here are some of our most popular posts of the year:
I must give credit where credit is due. This year, I collaborated with two amazing bloggers. Their support has greatly influenced the growth of this blog. Chris from The Story Reading Ape Blog and Danny from DreamBigDreamOften.
I published a lot of guest articles this year and it has been my pleasure to be featured on so many awesome blogs. My 2 most popular posts were:
Top Countries that Supported this Blog:
- United States
- United Kingdom
- South Africa
That’s all folks. See ya next year!