Thursday, October 30, 2008

I'm BACK!

Sorry I've been gone so long guys! Well I'm back now and I'm trying to visit all of your blogs (don't think I'm going to go through the back issues on too many because I have over 1000+ to get through lol).

Well anywho, I'm back but it is going to take me a little while to get into the swing of things again. Awww! Look what Alice gave me while I was away:

I want to give this back all of my readers and subscribers. You're all awesome and I love your blogs!!!

Btw: Happy All Hallows Eve!

So what's new with you guys?

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Rest in Peace

Have I ever mentioned how very much I love James Marsters?

Monday, October 20, 2008

Be Back Soon

Sorry everyone! I've been so busy that I haven't even had time to check emails much less update my blogs :( I'll be back really, really soon* though (probably by Friday). Promise!!!

* That includes coming around to everyone's blogs to see what I've missed lately. Thank goodness I have Google Reader....


Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The Halloween Tree Complete Movie!

The Halloween Tree

Btw, that's Ray Bradbury himself narrating...

Funny Pics


I noticed a few people playing with some of these so here are a few caricatures of me!

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Teaser Tuesday- The Faery Reel/ Update

TEASER TUESDAYS asks you to:
  • Grab your current read.

  • Let the book fall open to a random page.
  • Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
  • You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given!

  • Please avoid spoilers!

THE FAERY REEL (ANTHOLOGY)- UNDINE BY PATRICIA A. McKILLIP

Other times they just die in our world. They don't float like mortals anymore. They sink down, lie among the water weeds and stones at the bottom, their skin turning pearly over time, tiny snails clustering in their hair.


Hey guys! You may have noticed that I’ve started adding little pictures and music to the sidebar over there>>>>>>>>>>>>> that have to do with what reviews are currently posted. I really hope you enjoy them! Oh and the videos on the blogs are actually playlists and you can either watch it all the way through or skip them. It just doesn't clutter up the blog as much (and loads faster) in a playlist.

Monday, October 13, 2008

A Halloween Meme

Halloween Meme:
1. Do you watch scary films? Which are your favorites?
2. What is your favorite scary book?
3. What scary book to film adaptation is your favorite?
4. What type of scary films do you think are better...the older ones like Psycho or the newer ones like Saw?
5. What is your fav Halloween treat?
6. What is your favorite Halloween costume? Do you still dress up for Halloween?

Answers:
1. Anything based on a Stephen King novel (especially IT) and the first two Scream movies
2. I'll have to go with Naida's answer and say The Shining. Oh and The Stand and The Woman in Black by Susan Hill too.
3. The Haunting of Hill House, remake too (probably only because I haven't read the book lol)
4. I think they each have their "charm" but I'm leaning more toward older when they didn't have to rely on the music or the gross-out factor to scare their audience.
5. There is no particular Halloween treat I enjoy. As long as it doesn't have coconut in it, I'll love it!
6. I've always been a vampire or a witch but the last time I dressed up was four years ago when I worked at McDonald's and I borrowed one of my school's cheerleader uniforms for work (the coach was one of my favorite teachers and she let me use one- pom-poms too) (yes I really am that pale lol)

Play along!

Achmed the Dead Terrorist

Okay, there are some parts I don't like but this is truly funny! I hope he comes to play at one of the casinos down here.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

For Chartroose's "I Read More Than Anyone Else Because I Don't Have a Life" Giveaway

Okay. Um, Chartroose is having a giveaway and I think she wants to know how many books we've read this year but only the ones we've done blog reviews for, right? Well I've read over 100 this year (and I do write up a post of what I've read every month on this blog) but I'm at least four months behind on my blog reviews so I have about 70 books reviewed at The Movieholic and Bibliophile's Blog so far from this year (don't worry I didn't count the movies, some books series are posted together though).

Here is my list of books I have read though:
January (not posted but I read 16, all have blog reviews)
February (18)
March (19)
April (10)
May (6)
June (16)
July (6)
August (4)
September (7)
October (5)
November (16)

And so far I have read 4 in October: The Ghost and Mrs.McClure by Alice Kimberly, The Witches by Roald Dahl, Uglies by Scott Westerfeld, & The Vampire Shrink by Lynda Hilburn

I Feel Loved!

I'm truly feeling loved lol! I won this award last month from two people and now Shaunie and Rachel have gifted me with it as well! I don't think I can re-give this one but I would like all my readers to take it anyways!

Alice went to a beautiful orchid garden and brought back some flowers for her bloggers. Those are mine!

Friday, October 10, 2008

I Apologize!

I truly apologize for not updating my Neverland blog for so long. I'm working on The Nightmare Before Christmas right this very second and it should be done soon. I'll have it up sometime tomorrow (afternoon probably).

In the meantime why don't you watch this video of Tim Burton's original poem that the movie is based on?

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Sorry, Another Meme!

What was the last book you bought?
Wolfsbane and Mistletoe anthology

Name a book you have read MORE than once
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, a few Stephen King books, Laurell K. Hamilton's Merry and Anita Blake series, and a few others.

Has a book ever fundamentally changed the way you see life? If yes, what was it?
Hmm, not that I can remember.

How do you choose a book? eg. by cover design and summary, recommendations or reviews
I choose by either author, book group read, browsing by subject, and of course recommendations from other bloggers.

Do you prefer Fiction or Non-Fiction?
Fiction but I have developed a fondness for biographies and books on animation.

What’s more important in a novel - beautiful writing or a gripping plot?
Ooh, can I pick both? Well if I'm picking one it would have to be a gripping plot because a book can have the most beautiful writing in the world and if I don't like it, I'm not going to read it.

Most loved/memorable character (character/book)
Pooh Bear! There are others but that's the only one popping into my head.

Which book or books can be found on your nightstand at the moment?
Child Star by Shirley Temple, Glass Houses by Rachel Caine, The Ghost and Mrs. McClure by Alice Kimberly, Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, The Faery Reel anthology edited by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling and those are just the ones on top that I mean to read sometime this month (my nightstand tables are mini bookcases)

What was the last book you’ve read, and when was it?
I read The Witches by Roald Dahl yesterday

Have you ever given up on a book half way in?
Yes. It's been awhile since I did. It was with Elizabeth Kostov's The Historian. Poor hubby actually bought it for me when it first came out.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Color Meme!

RED
1. Closest red thing to you?
Pop Rocks
2. Last thing to make you angry? My cat poking around in the closet knocking things over after I've repeatedly yelled at her to get out
3. Do you have a temper? Sometimes but I don't stay mad too long
4. Are you a fan of romance? Yes

ORANGE
1. Closest orange thing to you?
book
2. Do you like to burn things? Sure
3. Dress up for Halloween? Probably not :(
4. Are you usually a warm-hearted person? Try to be
5. Are you usually full of energy? Nah, it comes in short bursts lol

YELLOW
1. Closest yellow thing to you
? Lotion bottle top
2. The happiest time[s] of your life? Marrying hubby, getting my cat, quitting my job... starting blogging lol
3. Favourite holiday? Christmas
4. Are you a coward? Can be
5. Do you burn or tan? I burn a couple of times and then I'll tan but mostly I freckle so I stay out of the sun (hence the vampire complexion)


GREEN
1. Closest green thing to you?
My comforter
2. Do you care about the environment? Yes
3. Are you jealous of anyone right now? Nope
5. Do you always want what you can't have? ....
6. Do you like being outdoors? Only for short periods of time.
7. Are you Irish? I think so


BLUE
1. Closest blue thing to you?
My eyes lol.
2. Are you good at calming people down? Sometimes
3. Do you like the sea? Yes
4. What was the last thing that made you cry? Seeing those poor elephants at the "circus" near us
5. Are you a logical thinker? Sort of
6. Can you sleep easily? No. It takes me forever to fall asleep (but I seem to stay asleep once I'm there)


PURPLE
1. Closest purple thing to you?
A book
2. Like being treated to expensive things? Sometimes. Mostly I would rather save and buy little things that I will enjoy more in the long run.
3. Do you like mysterious things? Umm... not sure
4. Favourite type of chocolate? Milk
5. Ever met anyone from myspace? Most of my Myspace friends are either family or I went to high school with them, so yeah.
6. Are you creative? I like to think so

PINK
1. Closest pink thing to you?
My bra strap
2. Do you like sweet things? I have the HUGEST sweet tooth
3. Like play-fighting? Lol, yes
4. Are you sensitive? Yes
5. Do you like punk music? Some

WHITE
1. Closest white thing to you?
Pillow
2. Would you say you're innocent? Can be!
3. Always try to keep the peace? For the most part
4. How do you imagine your wedding? I would have liked something small but the justice of the peace worked just as well
5. Do you like to play in the snow? As long as there is heat nearby!
6. Are you afraid of going to the doctor or the dentist? Not really

BLACK
1. Closest black thing to you?
Parts of the laptop
2. Ever enjoy hurting people? Only if the hurt me first... and I usually still feel bad afterward
3. Are you sophisticated or silly? Silly
4. Would you like to go to space? Sometimes I think it would be cool but it does freak me out a little
5. Do you have a lot of secrets? No more than a few :o)
6. Does the colour you wear affect your mood? Sometimes

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

I Got Marked Lol


(Don't worry about the "under eye circles" my makeup just got smeared. Oh, and none of those tattoos are real lol)

Teaser Tuesday-Uglies

TEASER TUESDAYS asks you to:
  • Grab your current read.

  • Let the book fall open to a random page.

  • Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.

  • You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given!

  • Please avoid spoilers!


UGLIES BY SCOTT WESTERFELD:

She thought of the first day she had arrived there, seeing a magazine for the first time in the library, realizing with horror what humanity had once looked like. The pictures had made her sick that first day, and now here she was ready to save them.

Favorites (So Far) Published 2008

I've read quite a few books published in 2008 but since I'm about 4 months behind on my reviews, I only have 5 or so up right this minute but of those, these are my favorite reads from 2008:

From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris
The Outlaw Demon Wails by Kim Harrison
Biting the Bullet by Jennifer Rardin
Iron Kissed by Patrcia Briggs

If you would like to participate here are the rules:

1. Compile your list of favorites. Please be sure that books you choose actually were published in 2008, or at the very earliest in the winter holiday season of 2007. Sometimes books that come out then are left out.

2. Come back and sign Mr. Linky with the url to your top books of 2008 post.

3. If you happen to see any non-WG bloggers making similar lists, please grab the url and come put it in Mr Linky for them. Let them know you’re doing that, please, in case they have some sort of objection; if they do, they can ask Dewey to remove their link.

4. Feel free to make changes to your list if you read something new in the next few weeks. After about October 25, your changes might not be be reflected in the master list. They’ll probably start compiling lists around then.

5. Please consider whether you’d like to help Dewey compile lists.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Treasures from Childhood: Books- Part 1

As I’ve said before in other posts, I’m a big kid. What that means is I get the best of both worlds being an adult and buying new stuff to add to my collection while still hanging on to my childhood. Like a lot of kids (those that enjoyed reading anyway), my favorite books as a kid would eventually be given away just like my toys as I outgrew them. For example, almost all my picture books like Dr. Seuss, etc. were given to my little brother once I was deemed “too old” for them. However, I hung on to some of them!

Title: JENNIFER’S BOOK
Author: Anne Rothman and Kenneth Hicks
Illustrator: Lynn Adams
Published: 1984 (two years before I was born)
Publisher: Banbury Books, Inc.

Hearing a story about Jennifer’s may bore some of you to tears, but to a Jennifer like me it was endlessly fascinating! There’s the meaning of the word, stories about famous people with that name (Guinevere, Saint Genevieve, Jenny Lind, Jennifer Jones, Jennie Churchill, and even a plane for example), and poems about Jennifer’s too. Like this one:



Another set of childhood “picture” books that I loved were the Walt Disney productions books:
They all use the original Disney movies as inspiration for the pictures and the story (to some extent) and the oldest one is from 1960 but most were published in the late 70s/ early 80s. All are well loved either by me or their previous owner but only two or three actually have torn pages. None are missing though! I just wish I knew who had written them and illustrated them.

These three are the ones that mean the most to me. Not that I wouldn’t cry if I lost any of the others but my grandmother owned an antique/ flower shop when I was a kid (I spent a lot of time around antiques from a very early age, I don‘t remember ever breaking anything though!) and about a year or two before she died, she gave me these:

Title: Who Lives on the Farm?
Author: Mary Elting
Illustrator: Pauline Jackson
Published: 1949
Publisher: Wonder Books, Inc.


Title: Wheels and Noises
Author: Mary Elting
Illustrator: Elizabeth Dauber
Published: 1950
Publisher: Wonder Books, Inc.



Title: Jumper Santa’s Little Reindeer
Author: Terry Shannon
Illustrator: Charles Payzant
Published: 1952
Publisher: Avon Publishing Co.- Jolly Books

Someone truly loved these before they came into my possession. Maybe my grandmother, I never did think to ask, but I’m almost afraid to handle them because the pages are so loose and the spines have already been taped before (I don’t think I did it but I might have)

Now there are many more I wish I still had but I’m happy that I can go back and have these at least. Coming soon: Chapter Books.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Thursday's Thoughts- Blogging

THIS WEEKS THURSDAY'S THOUGHTS:

Why did got you begin on your blogging adventure? Tell the who, what, when, where and why! How many blogs do you maintain? How often do you write on your blog and how much time do you spending reading other blogs? Do you feel a compulsion to share your blogging experience with the people in your life? Have you made real connections via your blogging? And, last, but NEVER least… ARE YOU ADDICTED?


I've been blogging on various sites for a few years now but I started blogging on Blogger for two reasons. 1) I couldn't post photos on my Yahoo Movies reviews and 2) I wanted a sort of interactive experience where I could watch videos, listen to music, and visit links that have to do with the movies... and then I decided to add book reviews too. Now I had never done a book review before and had just started keeping up with what I read but I had been in a few online book groups for a couple of years by then so I at least knew how to talk about why I liked something. So my "reviews" (if you can call them that, I try to avoid it) are a little different from what you would normally find and they can be a pain to put together... but it's still fun for me or I wouldn't be doing it.

I have three blogs here on Blogger that I post frequently on. I started off with my Ladytink's Neverland Blog (originally titled Ladytink's Happy Place lol) with a post about Disney's Wuzzles and almost immediately started receiving comments. I had never had comments from strangers before on any of my previous blogs like on MySpace or Xanga. I went to school with or was related to all of those commenters but here was something completely new to me. So then, I started my main (and personal favorite blog) The Movieholic & Bibliophile's Blog (originally entitled The Movieholic, Bibliophile, & Music Junkie's Blog). My first two posts there were about Hill House (the original and the 1999 one) and my first book post was for Yours Until Dawn by Teresa Medeiros. My third blog is this one and it's my personal blog that I post everything that isn’t a book or movie review like meme’s, challenges, what I’m doing one weekend, photos of my bookshelves, etc.

The first month I decided to start blogging, I only posted a couple of times but then the next month, on both blogs I did more posts than I have ever done in a month before or since! Every once in awhile I’ll slack off but now I write on my Movieholic blog every two days (trying to get caught up on my reviews since I’m literally, months behind) and I try to make sure I get a post up on Neverland once a week (or weekend) although I seem to do more there during the holiday season… (which is when I get the most invites to other blogs that I have to regretfully turn down because I know I can’t keep up with four or more blogs).

Having recently discovered that they key to getting more readers on my blogs is to comment on other people’s, I opened up a Google Reader account and added to my list of blogs I visit. I only visit ones I find interesting though! Since I opened up a GR, I have managed to accumulate…. Wow! Nearly 130 blogs! Not all of them are reader blogs though. Some are for animation, some are about movies, some are only holiday blogs or music blogs, and some are just funny picture etc. blogs, but I have noticed a dramatic increase in my readers!

Am I addicted to blogging? Hmm… that’s a difficult question. I love to blog about what I read and watch, I love to share these things with other people, and I love being able to go back and instead of having to search my mind about what a book was about I can just visit my blog and not only remember what it’s about via the pictures I post but also what I thought about it. So am I addicted to blogging? Kind of… Am I addicted to comments? You betcha!


Ladytink's Neverland- Blogging Since June 17, 2007
The Movieholic & Bibliophile's Blog- Blogging Since June 22, 2007
Up Close & Personal With LadyTink- Blogging Since Novemeber 21, 2007

My Favorite Halloween Cartoon

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Disney Books into Movies

As a many of you already know, I LOVE Disney movies and I also LOVE books made into movies so I’ve been challenging myself to read (or re-read) all of the books Disney based their popular movies on (and hopefully watch them all too).

"It has always been my hope that our fairy-tale films will result in a desire of viewers to read again the fine, old original tales and enchanting myths on the home bookshelf or school library. Our motion picture productions are designed to augment them, not supplant them." ~ Walt Disney

Books Made into Disney Movies:

Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi (movie)
Bambi by Felix Salten (movie)
The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus by Joel Chandler Harris (Song of the South)
Midnight and Jeremiah by Sterling North (So Dear to My Heart)
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (movie)
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (movie) (2002 movie)
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (movie)
Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie
When Knighthood Was a Flower by Charles Major (The Sword and the Rose)
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne
Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes
Perri by Felix Salten
Old Yeller by Fred Gipson
The Light in the Forest by Conrad Richter
Darby O’Gill & theGood People+Ashes of Old Wishes & Other Darby O’ Gill Tales by Herminie Templeton Cavanaugh (Darby O’Gill and the Little People)
The Hound of Florence by Felix Salten (The Shaggy Dog)
Banner in the Sky by James Ramsey (Third Man on the Moutain)
Pollyanna by Elen H. Porter
Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks with a Circus by James Otis Kaler (Toby Tyler)
Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss
One Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith (animated movie)
Lottie and Lisa by Erich Kästner (The Parent Trap)
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog by Eleanor Atkinson (movie)
Big Red by Jim Kjelgaard
Wild Animals I Have Know by Ernest Thompson-Seton (The Legend of Lobo)
In Search of the Castaways by Jules Verne
Summer Magic by Kate Douglas Wiggin
My Dancing White Horses by Alois Podhajsky (Miracle of the White Stallions)
Savage Sam by Fred Gipson
The Sword in the Stone by T. H. White (movie)
The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford (Incredible Journey & Homeward Bound)
Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers
A Tiger Walks by Ian Niall
Thomasina: The Cat that Thought She Was God by Paul Gallico (The 3 Lives of Thomasina)
The Moon-Spinners by Mary Stewart
Emil and the Detectives by Erich Kästner
Undercover Cat by Gordon and Mildred Gordon (That Darn Cat)
Swiftwater by Paul Anixter (Those Calloways)
God and My Country by MacKinlay Kantor (Follow Me, Boys!)
The Ugly Dachshund by Gladys Bronwyn Stern
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.)
Red Hugh: Prince of Donegal by Robert T. Reilley (The Fighting Prince of Donegal)
The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling (movie)
By the Great Horn Spoon by Sid Fleischman (The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin)
The Gnome-Mobile by Upton Sinclair
The Happiest Millionaire by Cordelia Drexel Biddle
Blackbeard’s Ghost by Ben Stahl
The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit by Eric Hatch
Never a Dull Moment by John Godey
Nebraska by Laura Bower Van Nuys (The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band)
Car, Boy, Girl by Gordon Buford (The Love Bug)
Rascal by Sterling North
My Dog the Thief by Gordon Buford
The Magic Bed Knob & Bonfires and Broomsticks by Mary Norton (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
The Biscuit Eater by James Street
Napoleon and Samantha by Stewart Raffill
Justin Morgan Had A Horse by Marguerite Henry
Chateau Bon Vivant by Frankie & Johnny O'Rear (Snowball Express)
The Lost Ones by Ian Cameron- aka Donald Payne (The Island at the Top of the World)
Escape to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
The Apple Dumpling Gang by Jack Bickham
The Great Dinosaur Robbery by David Forrest (One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing)
Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers
Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh)
The Rescuers & Miss Bianca by Margery Sharp
Christmas at Candleshoe by Michael Innes (Candleshoe)
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain (Unidentified Flying Oddball & A Kid in King Arthur‘s Court)
The North Avenue Irregulars by Albert Fay Hill
The Fox and the Hound by Daniel Pratt Mannix
The Chronicles of Prydain series by Lloyd Alexander (The Black Cauldron)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum - read all Oz books (The Return to Oz)
Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus (The Great Mouse Detective)
The Brave Little Toaster by Thomas M. Disch
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (Oliver & Company)
The Cheetahs by Alan Caillou (Cheetah)
White Fang by Jack London
One Thousand and One Nights (Aladdin)
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (The Muppet Christmas Carol & Mickey)
The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
A Far-Off Place & A Story Like the Wind by Laurens van der Post
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
Holes by Louis Sachar
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen by Dyan Sheldon
Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne
The Greatest Game Ever Played by Mark Frost
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis (movie)
Bridge to Terabithia by Katharine Paterson
A Day with Wilbur Robinson by William Joyce (Meet the Robinsons)
Prince Caspian by C. S. Lewis (movie)


*Bold = Have Read

Any you think I missed, leave in the comments please!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Bookshelf

I've re-arranged two of my bookshelves!

My small one:
(I've only read two of those paperbacks off that top shelf but I have read everything else)

My main one (I haven't read a little less than half of these....)
Close-up Photos!



I still have another case that I need to organize too....

More photos coming soon!
Next up: My current library stack

September's Conclusion

I noticed that Fyrefly does this and it looks like a lot of fun (if a lot of work). Over the past couple of months I've really been slacking off on my reading but doing so much better on getting up posts more frequently! In August I only did 5 posts but last month I did 14! Yay! It's not as much as I did in September 2007 (19) but I am getting better at this. So thank you so much for coming to visit my blogs!

TBR Pile

Unlike a lot of bloggers, I'm not very organized about what I read and when. I try to read the books that my online groups are reading that partiular month (well, the ones I want to anyway) and everything else is usually just things that have caught my fancy, books people have written about that sound interesting, or a book in a series that I have enjoyed in the past.

So here is kind of a breakdown of the confusing things I just said of what I read in September (7 total):

Group Reads
Skinny Dip by Carl Hiaasen
The Moon-Spinners by Mary Stewart
Mr.Perfect by Linda Howard
The Lady in the Lake by Raymond Chandler

Caught My Interest
Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos by R. L. LaFevers
Winnie the Pooh: A Celebration of the Silly Old Bear by Christopher Finch

Book in a Series:
Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs (first book in a new series but have read her other series that takes place in the same world)- Own
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My September Commenters

I had a lot more commenters this month than usual which probably has a lot to do with the fact that I started using a Google Reader to keep up with all of the blogs I read (I'm up to 131 now! Thank goodness about 30 of those don't post every day). So thanks guys, I loved hearing what you have to say!

Mollie @ Biblioharlot's Bookshelf
Naida @ The Bookworm
Rhinoa @ Rhinoa's Ramblings
Tracy @ Bookroomreview's Weblog
Lenore @ Presenting Lenore
Carolyn Jean @ The THRILLIONTH page
Wendy @ Musings of a Bookish Kitty
Darla D @ Books & other thoughts
Melody @ Melody's Reading Corner
J. Kaye @ J. Kaye's Book Blog
Bookfool @ Bookfoolery and Babble
Shaunesay @ Shaunie's Happy Place
Andrew Clarke @ Shared thoughts ?
SciFi Guy @ SciFiGuy.ca
Stephanie @ Stephanie's Confessions of a Book-a-holic
Fyrefly @ Fyrefly's Book Blog
Nymeth @ things mean a lot
IceDream @ Reading In Appalachia
S.Krishna @ S. Krishna's Books
Jennie @ Mary Stewart Novels blog
Kara @ A World According to Books
Carrie K. @ Books and Movies
Paxton @ Cavalcade of Awesome
Deslily @ Here, There, and Everywhere 2nd edition
Sher @ A Novel Menagerie
Dewey @ The Hidden Side of a Leaf
Anna @ Diary of an Eccentric