Thursday, September 15, 2011

An Appreciative Weekly Link Round-Up

I don't know about the rest of you, but when I haven't been running errands or spending time with Denis, I've been engrossed in Book Blogger Appreciation Week. I love reading the interview swaps and guest posts, and of course I keep an eye on the awards. Come to think of it, they're about the only awards that I really do keep track of because I've made so many friends in the community. Congratulations, one and all! If you don't know what Book Blogger Appreciation Week is, click on that link above and take a gander. There are tons of excellent blogs (and bloggers) taking part!

Since it's been such a quiet week, let's get right to the links!

Bookish Links & Other Fun Stuff

Lists, Lists, Lists

eBook News

Blogging & Social Media Tips

Around the Water Cooler in the Book Blogosphere
  • The Lit Asylum talks about Young Adult Cliches.
  • Tanabata of In Spring It Is the Dawn has a moving post about September 11, 2011-- which not only was the tenth anniversary of the twin towers tragedy, it also marked the six-month anniversary of the horrific earthquake in Japan. Six Months Later.

New to My Google Reader

That's it for this week! Don't forget to stop by next weekend when I'll have a freshly selected batch of links for your surfing pleasure!


  1. Love the literary wall! Thanks as always for the great compilation!

  2. I loved The Ache of Book Abandonment. I should take it to heart, but . . . oh hell, I ache enough already. :)

  3. Jill-- You're welcome!

    Barbara-- Sounds like a very good reason to me! LOL

  4. My regular visit to see what you have in This weeks Round Up, favourite this week The literary Wall.

  5. LLM-- That seems to be the favorite this week!

  6. I have never cared for first editions, but I do know the pain of having to part with beloved books. Ouch.

  7. Dorte-- It can be very painful. Like you, first editions have never meant very much to me.

  8. I had such a busy week that I missed a lot of posts and I think I'm going to have to mark all as read soon and move on. I'm going to go look at Tanabata's post now.

  9. Alyce-- Yes, I had to smile a bit when you said that you thought you'd have more time now that school was back in session! ;-)


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