Booking it Across the Internets
I read some really great reviews throughout the week and I obviously can’t post to all of them because, then my postings would basically just be reblogging. But a couple new bloggers I follow I wanted to let you all know about so you could join in reading their reviews if you are so inclined.
A Book and A Latte is a huge audio book lover and she has a great review about Paper Towns by John Green up on her website. John Green keeps popping up on my radar, I really need to read something of his. I ordered Paper Towns from the library, but it disappeared from my queue, I should probably get on that.
Book Chick City talks about Saraphina by Rachel Hartman, a much anticipated book about humans and dragons and magic, oh my! Mom, this really sounds like something you would like. I’m sure there is already a long queue for it at my library, so I may wait for the fever to die down a bit before requesting it.
One of my favorite book bloggers tweeted a link to this parking garage in Kansas that looks like book spines the other day, and now I want to go to Kansas, even though I know there is probably little else there to hold my interest.
This book sculpture in honor of , is just really cool.