Reviews and blog posts that have me adding to my to-read list:
~ Haweswater by Sarah Hall, reviewed by Fleur Fisher.
~ The New Brighton Archaeological Society by Mark Andrew Smith & Matthew Weldon, reviewed by Kristen at Bookworming in the 21st Century.
~ Skin and Bones by D.C. Corso, reviewed by Book Dilettante.
~ Claude and Camille by Stephanie Powell, reviewed by Amy at My Friend Amy.
~ Sweet Dates in Basra by Jessica Jiji, reviewed by Swapna at S. Krishna’s Books.
~ Victorian London by Liza Picard, reviewed by Nymeth at Things Mean a Lot.
~ Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese, reviewed by Unfinished Person.
~ How I Became a Famous Novelist by Steve Hely, reviewed by Claire at Bookstore People.
~ She Thief by Daniel Finn, reviewed by Ladybug at Escape in a Book.
~ Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music, and the Holy Ghost by Matthew Paul Turner, reviewed by Jennifer at 5 Minutes for Books.
~ Countdown by Deborah Wiles, reviewed by Becky at Becky’s Book Reviews.
~ A Blue So Dark by Holly Schindler, reviewed by Susan at Bloggin’ ’bout Books.
~ Morning Tide by Neil M. Gunn, reviewed by Carol at Magistramater.
Other bookish links:
~ The 2010 Christy Award Nominees have been announced. Congratulations to Lisa Samson, Athol Dickson, and Andrew Peterson, three of my favorites.
~ It’s time to vote for your favorite post of the National Poetry Month Blog Tour. Not that I’m asking you to vote for me, but there are poetry related prizes, so if you enjoyed my post on Billy Collins, a vote would be nice.
Other links of interest:
~ Amy from My Friend Amy and Nicole at Linus’s Blanket have started Winsome Media Communications: “Whether we are creating your brand, building or optimizing your website, expanding your social network, or managing targeted social media campaigns, Winsome Media Communications offers several services to make the process of developing your brand online both effective and efficient.”
~ Rebecca from The Book Lady’s Blog and Michelle from Galleysmith have started a new business, Social MediU: “Inspired by the “teach a man to fish” philosophy, Social MediU provides education, training, and marketing solutions that equip you to promote yourself and your creative product effectively and efficiently.”