Sunday, May 03, 2009

Weekly Link Round-Up

(Not Necessarily) Bookish News from Around the Globe
Interesting Conversations in the Book Blogosphere
New to My Google Reader
Blogging Tip
See you next Sunday with another round-up of links!


  1. Nice wrap-up, some interesting posts in there that I just checked out :)
    Will look at some more now

  2. Thanks for the great post! I just checked out Book Army - and now I'll have to take some time off to investigate everything else! ;-)

  3. Super set of links. I'll be exploring all week.

  4. Hi Cathy! I just love your blog! And I have posted you as one of my awardees of the Zombie Chicken Award! You may have gotten this already, but I wanted to let people know about your wonderful blog!
    Here's the link:

  5. Great fun reading your links...thanks for the link to my post :)

  6. That annoying reviewer cliches was an interesting one.

    When is a cliche not a cliche, and when is it a cliche? How common does an expression have to be to be a cliche?

    I agreed with some of the commenters that sometimes, say, "lyrical" is the exact word you want to describe text.

    Worrying that someone, somewhere is going to accuse me of using a cliche just isn't going to stop me using it!

  7. Thanks! As I commented on the post about blogging awards, I love it when you do these weekly reviews and alert me to interesting things I haven't yet seen. It's a generous use of your time and your blog.

  8. Thank you for highlighting my post!

    That is a great set of links you have there!

  9. Thank you for the award, Suzanne. It is much appreciated!

    Thank you, everyone, for your comments. I'm glad that you're finding things of value in these link posts because that makes them easier to do. The book blogging and New to My Google Reader sections are always the most interesting to me, and I think that if more of us did something like this on a weekly basis, the resulting "link love" would be fantastic for getting us "out there"!


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