Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Hurrieder I Go Weekly Link Round-Up




I don't know where the time went, but I think I know how I spent it: I've been having way too much fun. Now it's suddenly dawned on me that Thanksgiving is next week, do I have the food I need, how much more do I have to do to get the house and lawn ready to be decorated... and on and on and on-- up to and including being behind on blog posts. Ack!

With no further ado, let me round up this week's links!


Bookish News & Other Interesting Stuff

eBooks

Book Candy

I  ♥  Lists & Quizzes

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-- and hopefully I'll have a better grasp of the time, too!  

10 comments:

  1. I'm not quite sure about that seesaw bookshelf -- I think it would drive me nuts.

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    1. I know what you mean. I'd think it was cool until the morning I woke up in a not-so-good mood!

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  2. Cathy - The older I get the more quickly time seems to go *sigh.*... Thanks for the links. Love the one that suggests ways to use social media for social good.

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    1. I really liked that one as well, Margot.

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  3. Re only using an ereader once: I should get my money back on my Kindle. I've given it the good old college try for about a year and I still hate it. Give me print every time. And for you younger folks, I hate to tell you but time goes faster every year of your life. Buckle up, it's a crazy ride.

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    1. Did you almost call me a young whippersnapper, Barbara? Thanks for a Feel Good Moment! LOL

      I now have both a Nook and a Kindle. I find them very useful in many ways, but I will never, ever, willingly give up print!

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  4. I think my favorite to read out of this week's lists was the grumpy authors article.

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  5. The lists are very good; I liked: best book stores, grumpiest authors, hardest books to finish & Daniel Day-Lewis! He's amazing in Lincoln; his performance is up there with his acting in My Left Foot and There Will Be Blood. What an actor!

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    1. I HAVE to see Lincoln! DDL is one of my favorite actors, and I have to see his portrayal of one of my favorite presidents.

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