In the past few days, you may have noticed a few changes in BiblioGal. A new webpage, a new logo, and a slightly different name. These changes may make you nervous but fear not dear readers. I am here to assure you that BiblioGal has not changed the core of what we are or what we represent. We will continue to talk about books as we always have, books of certain genres and especially books with diversity. The new BiblioGal has also expanded into television and movies and podcasting (not personally, we just follow and obsess about OTHER peoples work).
Bottom line: If something excites us, we’re going to talk about it. The only thing we want from you, Dear Reader, is that you continue to be the awesome person you are and occasionally read one of our articles. Maybe even tell your cats about us, then they’ll tell their kitty friends and soon we’ll be the most popular blog among introverts and their feline companions! #Goals
I won’t lie, 2017 was a slow year for BiblioGal and that was mostly my fault. Burnout and an extreme bout of being overwhelmed plagued me. I lost my focus and the direction of this blog. I apologize. I would like to thank those loyal friends who stuck with me and encouraged the continuation of BiblioGal when I was at my most frustrated. You people are AMAZING. My resolution this year is to write more content for your entertainment and to promote a fun and welcoming atmosphere.
We’ve also expanded our social media reach! BiblioGal is still on Facebook, but now we’re on Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and Rebecca’s (BiblioGal) PERSONAL Twitter Feed. Check us out and follow us, we promise you’ll find something odd and likable on each account! YouTube is still under consideration, stay tuned.