The best blog posts can come in the most unexpected ways. One night, I was going through my stats page on WordPress and found myself going through my blog’s search terms, or what people type in my blog’s search box. Some of the following search terms are just too golden to keep to myself any longer. The following search terms are definitely the ones I’ve found to be the most interesting or funny. I took screenshots of the search terms, but since they can be hard to read, I also included them in bold below.
“ending to thats not what happened”
“juniper lemon’s happiness index spoliers”
“does kelton and alyssa kiss in the book dry”
“emika chen and hideo tanaka ending wild cards”
“what happens to cardan and jude in wicked king”
“the names they gave us book spoilers”
I find it somewhat ironic that people seem to be coming for the spoilers, since I do my best to keep non-spoiler thoughts and major plot points out of my reviews.
“book after acofas”
If you know me as the Sarah J. Maas fan that I am, then you know I have this same question AND also when it’s getting published.
“do i have to read tower of dawn”
“throne of glass do i need to read tower of dawn”
“do you have to read tower of dawn before kingdom of ash”
“when do i read the book of nesryn and chaol”
YES, you have to read Tower of Dawn because it follows the love of my life Chaol Westfall (and it’s a really great installment and yes, you need it for Kingdom of Ash). To answer that final search, read it after Empire of Storms and before Kingdom of Ash.
“”the names they gave us” chapter notes”
“sparknotes the librarian of Auschwitz”
“a short history of the girl next door character analysis”
I didn’t realize how many people come to my blog for help with their book reports.
“what gelato flavor in love and gelato book”
In all seriousness, THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT CONCERN AND I WILL TRY TO FIND THE ANSWER ASAP.
“how are the snickerdoodles in to all the boys i’ve loved before significant”
They’re the way to get Kitty on your good side.
Do you read your blog’s search terms? Share in the comments!