Posts Tagged ‘Links’

Links I’ve Stumbled Across this Week

A few random links that caught my attention Top 10 gaffes on Facebook, Twitter and Google RIP floppy discs  Don’t judge a book by its cover, particularly in France. I was amazed to discover that these books were orginally self published. These social media statistics are fascinating – it is amazing how fast social media is growing! Milestones […]

Links I’ve stumbled across this week

Do you own an e-reader? If so, there are still a few weeks left for you to fill in my short survey. Thank you to everyone who has already answered my questions – I hope to compile the results soon. Elsewhere on the Internet David Mitchell explains why he likes anonymity and talks about his new novel. […]

Links I’ve stumbled across this week and Solar winners

Thank you to everyone who entered my Solar give away. The winner of the signed copy of Solar is: Lu from Regular Rumination The 3 Solar T-shirts go to: Jane Willis, Natalie Newham and Teresa Majury Congratulations to the winners! I will get in touch by email soon. Blogger discussions of the week  Next Read had an interesting discussion […]

Links I’ve stumbled across this week

Book News The  long list for the Guardian First Book Award 2009 has been announced. It is great to see The Wilderness by Samantha Harvey (one of my favourite books of the year so far) on the list, but I haven’t read any of the other books. Have you? Steven Spielberg hooks Michael Crichton’s pirate adventure. […]

Links I’ve stumbled across this week

Bookish Links   Neil Gaiman wins the Hugo Award for The Graveyard Book. The Guardian has revealed the VERY long list for the Not the Booker Prize. I found this article about the secrets of the Amazon best-seller list very interesting. This list of the 50 Best sites for audio books addicts was very useful. Book discoveries […]

Links I’ve stumbled across this week

Bookish Links My School Book Club is a great new idea for providing books to school children in the UK. Go and take a look if you’d like more information. Entertainment Weekly have launched a new blog. The Boston Bibliophile had a great post about bloggers and commercialism. Kim from Sophisticated Dorkiness wrote a great post about the […]