Weekly Round Up (#3)

I’m still behind on some of my link ups, hopefully a few more and I’ll be completely up-to-date, enjoy 🙂

On What You Might’ve Missed
(since July 26th)

Why Men Fake It by Abraham Morgentaler (3 Stars)
How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran (5 Stars)
Attempting Normal by Marc Moran (2 Stars)


On Staying Savy

– The amazing Ashley @ Nose Graze tells us about WordPress Security Reminders. Some great advice on staying safe online and hacker prevention
– Thinking about making the transition from WordPress.com to .org? Well, Kelley @ Another Novel Read has some good advice on how to make it easier

On Blogger Convos

– Even if you aren’t part of the library world, Phil the Webcrawler @ LibTech Soup always posts some awesome reference about libraries, bookstores, books, the world in library-land, etc.
– Stephen Karr also @ LibTech Soup does a great special which is all about Reference in Law Libraries
– I will follow just about any librarian-esque person, but I can definitely say that I was blown away by the awesome books Angela Patricia @ Star Dusty Fire posted in March (yea, I’m a tad behind!)
– Starting to care less-and-less about books being optioned into movies? So is Megan @ Book Brats, where she discusses her cynicism to YA book adaptations
– Natalie @ Books, etc. poses the question on how you decide which next book you will read

On Other Reviews and Featured Books

– Treehugger features a beautiful book filled with photographs of gardens in London
– Amanda @ Late Night with Good Books gave a great review of Waiting on Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell; I should really start reading it 🙂
– Books, j’adore made my initiative of reading the Flavia de Luce (sounds like a dessert) books even more important. Here’s a great review of The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley

On Non-Book Related Stuff

– Are you a ‘Words with Friends’ kind of person? Well, Apartment Therapy has 6 new games for you to check out
– A beach library? Yes, you heard right, Book Riot has presented a pretty cool tent-style library in Marseilles
– You’re sitting at your desk and this great idea pops into your head but should you be able to find paper and pen to write it down? Check out this Dry Erase Tabletop idea by Apartment Therapy
– With Zombie Apocalypse preparations underway here’s another kind of society you should really anticipate. Book Riot is helping you with 16 tips to prepare for surviving in a Dystopian Society
– Are a homemaker? Me neither, but I found this really great post by Kate @ Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking with some helpful advice to freezing herbs
– I know you like gift books 😉 Here’s a neat upcycled bow DIY for you to consider decorating that next book gift

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About Black ' n Write Reviewer

I'm a junior high librarian finding her way into the lives of her students through the art of literature.
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5 Responses to Weekly Round Up (#3)

  1. Kelley says:

    Great round-up! I’m going to check out the word games on Apartment Therapy. 😀 Thanks for linking to my WordPress transition post!

  2. Stephen Karr says:

    Your blog looks pretty good, but I just want to note that I was actually the author of Reference in Law Libraries.

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