‘Reel Librarians’ blog turns 9!

Number nine, number nine, number nine, number nine…

Reel Librarians celebrated its 9th blog anniversary last week, woot woot! Nine years ago, on September 19, 2011, I published my very first post, “Where do I begin? A love story” on Reel Librarians. This post also explains the background about my interest in reel librarians.

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Quick stats

Here is my annual update on how this blog has grown over the years.

2012 (after 1 year)2020 (after 9 years)
Total views:19,000+307,000+
Total visitors:900+201,000+
Total comments:1651,160+
Total posts:153487
Total shares:1215200+

Previous blog anniversary posts

Want to relive past blog-iversary celebrations? Browse below:

Top 10 most popular posts this past year:

  1. Books and book-burning in ‘Fahrenheit 451’ (originally published May 2017)
  2. The dragon lady librarian in ‘The Golden Child’ (originally published June 2019) — the first time this post has joined the top 10!
  3. First impressions: ‘Hidden Figures’ and its library scene (originally published Feb. 2017)
  4. ‘You, Me and Dupree’ — and the Naughty Librarian (originally published Aug. 2015)
  5. Marian or Marion? (originally published May 2012)
  6. First impressions:  Monsters University (originally published July 2013)
  7. Angels in the library in ‘Wings of Desire’ (originally published Jan. 2018)
  8. A closer look at the reel librarians in the original ‘Ghostbusters’ (originally published July 2017)
  9. Librarian t-shirt collection (originally published Aug. 2014) — everyone loves a librarian-themed tee, right? I should think about updating this post, as I’ve added to my librarian t-shirt collection!
  10. Reel archivist in ‘Blade Runner 2049 (originally published Aug 2018) — this marks the first time this post has cracked the top 10!

Thank you all for reading, whether it’s your first or ninth year! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Author: Jennifer

Librarian, blogger, movie lover

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