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Natalie, my 14-year-old, has decided to move her Blogger blog to her dad’s site, and has given it a new title: Natalie’s Bookshelf.
Here are the links for today – this past week was especially damaging to my to-read list!
~ Lots of great discussions about Christian fiction in the past couple of weeks: My Friend Amy’s: What Can Be Done About Christian Fiction (Part One) and Part Two; Books, Movies, and Chinese Food: Why I Am Not the Target Audience for Christian Fiction; and Word Lily: Christian fiction and me – my story
Reviews and blog posts that have me adding to my to-read list:
~ The Amazing Mind of Alice Makin by Alan Shea, reviewed at The Bookette
~ Cold Magic by Kate Elliott, reviewed by Samantha at Booked on a Feeling
~ Across the Universe by Beth Revis, reviewed by Swapna at S. Krishna’s Books
~ How to Make a Bird by Martine Murray, reviewed by Michelle at GalleySmith
~ World War Z by Max Brooks, reviewed at Book Faery
~ See What I See by Gloria Whelan, reviewed by Michelle at GalleySmith
~ Small Wars by Sadie Jones, reviewed by Anna at Diary of an Eccentric
~ The Fates Will Find Their Way by Hannah Pittard, reviewed by Rebecca at The Book Lady’s Blog
~ Drought by Pam Bachorz, reviewed by Amy at My Friend Amy
~ Song of the Sparrow by Lisa Ann Sandell, reviewed by Sandy at You’ve GOTTA Read This
Book to movie news:
Other bookish links: