Not Enough Bookshelves: Finally Friday

Friday, 19 March 2010

Finally Friday

So barely any writing this week, but I have read three excellent books, which I can’t wait to share with you all. As soon as I get a minute to write the reviews. For now, here are some links, to start the weekend with.

The excellent guest posts on Justine Larbalestier blog continue. My favourite this week, was Kristen Cashore on trust. Kristen Cashore on the The Flying Trapeze

Next week, I shall be joining in with Jennifer R Hubbard’s Library Loving Blog Challenge. More information here, if you’d like to join in too.

To celebrate Women’s History Month Flashlight Worthy has a list of YA books featuring Women from another Era. I have to put in a word for Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle. Brave, resourceful and fighting againt tradition. One of my favourite quote’s from that book

“I know because I read…Your mind is not a cage. It’s a garden. And it requires cultivating.”
Check out the Author Appreciation Week posts.  Started by Heidi R Kling, the best place to find them, is on Twitter, under the tag #Author Appreciation Week ofr #AA. It’s been fun reading and writing them. I’ll be posting my last one later today.
And finally The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott came out this week. Elizabeth is having an amazing contest on her blog. Check it out here.
Hope your week was good. Have a great weekend.


Jemi Fraser said…

Wow – tons of great links – thanks 🙂

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