Book Bloggers: An Appreciation

I’m a bad blogger: while I usually respond to comments on my own site, I often neglect to leave comments on other people’s sites. And that’s not a good thing—a person likes to know when someone appreciates their work, right? So today’s post is all about appreciation for some of my favorite book blogs andContinue reading “Book Bloggers: An Appreciation”

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Top Ten Tuesday: Blogs that Aren’t About Books

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. You may remember that last month, I shared a list of ten of my favorite book blogs for Top Ten Tuesday. But books aren’t the only thing that matters, right? So without further ado, here’s a list of ten of myContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Blogs that Aren’t About Books”

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Top Ten Tuesday: Book Bloggers You Should Follow

Top Ten Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I’ve been meaning for some time now to put together a list of book bloggers who I think should have more followers than they do. So when I found out that this week’s topic is “Ten Bookish People You Should FollowContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Bloggers You Should Follow”

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Favorite Short Stories

Some time ago, one of my favorite bloggers, Suzannah Rowntree, published a post entitled “Favorite (Vintage) Short Stories” in which she listed her favorite stories by genre. It sounded like a wonderful idea to me, which is why I’ve decided to do something similar here. (P.S. Most of these stories are in the public domainContinue reading “Favorite Short Stories”

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Bookish Links — July 2014

Hi peoples. Let’s see what kind of nerdy delight I was able to scrounge up this month. FINALLY! Symbolism in novels explained by the authors themselves! For all of you Middle Earthlings, here’s a recording of J. R. R. Tolkien reading a chapter from The Hobbit (and yes, he read Gollum’s lines in Gollum’s voice).Continue reading “Bookish Links — July 2014”

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Bookish Links – June 2014

Sorry this month’s list is rather lean. I had a dance recital at the beginning of the month, then mounds of school work (I’m homeschooled so while y’all are on vacation, I’m still working. But I get fall off and that’s my favorite time for vacations anyway!). But I still managed to scrounge up aContinue reading “Bookish Links – June 2014”

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The Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Well! I’ve only been blogging for a little over a month, but already, I’ve been nominated for a blog award! I’d like to thank a blogger known as The Resurgent Bookworm for nominating me. She says participation in this little survey is optional, but I thought I would give it a try anyway. Here areContinue reading “The Very Inspiring Blogger Award”

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Bookish Links — May 2014

Here, I’ve compiled a list of all the best book-related links I’ve found this month. Hopefully, y’all won’t think these are too corny. 😉 I love silly anecdotes about people, especially about writers, so I thought this article about authors’ episodes of absentmindedness was rather interesting (and funny!).   Apparently, a reporter with the ParisContinue reading “Bookish Links — May 2014”

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