Links for Saturday, February 20, 2010

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Author news and links:

~ Lenore at Presenting Lenore has an interview with Jasper Fforde, author of Shades of Grey.

~ Serena at Savvy Verse & Wit has an interview with Frank Delaney, author of Ireland and Venetia Kelly’s Traveling Show.

~ Candace at Beth Fish Reads has a guest post from Johanna Moran, author of The Wives of Henry Oades.

~ Melissa at Melissa’s Bookshelf has a guest post by Pam Jenoff, author of Almost Home, on book covers and titles.

Discussion starters:

~ Bookalicious: An open letter to Twilight (a parody)

~ Whimpulsive: Confessions of a Serial Reader

~ Book Chatter: You’re a Bookseller and you said WHAT?

~ Book-a-rama: Punctuation Humor – Kicking the Habit!!!!!!

~ Bookalicious: You gotta pay to play

~ The Crowded Leaf: When ARCs happen to good people

~ Eclectic/Eccentric: Bad Reader, Bad, Bad Reader

Blog posts and reviews that have me adding to my to-read list:

~ All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab, reviewed by Swapna at S. Krishna’s Books.

Other bookish links:

~ Be sure to watch Natasha from Maw Books Blog on the news – her boys are adorable.

~ Jen at Jen’s Book Thoughts wants your nominations for favorite fictional detective.

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4 Responses to Links for Saturday, February 20, 2010

  1. Trisha
    Twitter: Trish422
    says:

    Awww…I made the list. Thanks for the shout out. Man is that a cliched phrase or what? And yet, it feels so oddly appropriate.
    .-= Trisha´s last blog ..The Orwellian Future: How the Government Can Stick Their 1984-esque Devices Up Their Collective As*es =-.

  2. Beth F
    Twitter: BethFishReads
    says:

    Awww. Thanks for the link! And thanks for the links in general — I always discover something I missed.
    .-= Beth F´s last blog ..Readalong 2: Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien =-.

    • CarrieK
      Twitter: booksandmovies
      says:

      Beth – you’re welcome – I enjoyed reading Ms. Moran’s post – I have Wives of Henry Oades sitting on my shelf – I really need to get to it soon!