Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Thursday Thirteen - 221 - 13 Blog Posts by Fellow Bloggers

Today I'd like to shine a spotlight on some great posts I've enjoyed in the last little while:

1 - So Many Books...So Little Time... by Kelly Boyce

2 - More on RWA11-part2: Lit Signing & Evil Elevators by Leah Braemel

3 - Everything You Wanted to Know About Digital Publishing But Were Afraid to Ask - A Q & A With Maya Banks by Jane Litte

4 - On Cowboy Sex Appeal - Give Me a Real Good Man by Julianne Maclean

5 - A Peek Behind the Cover by Deborah Hale

6 - On the Shelf (secret librarian tips for historical research) by Michelle Helliwell

7 - Trekking to Toronto by Linda @ Are We There Yet?

8 - Carrie Preston From True Blood Interview by Melissa Bradley

9 - Playing Tourist at Home! by Anna Campbell

10 - To Float or Not To Float... by Jeanne Adams and Cassondra Murray

11 - Life Through the Eyes of a Child by Stella MacLean

12 - Something Borrowed by Ginger Merante

13 - Belleau Wood, 1 June to 26 June 1918 by Travis Cody

8 comments:

Melissa Bradley said...

Thank you so very much for the shout out! You rock big time. :)

I did thoroughly enjoy interviewing Carrie. Her responses to my questions were so interesting and not what I was expecting.

Alice Audrey said...

This will keep me busy a while.

JO said...

I used to read a lot... and then I had my kids... I miss reading...

Mine's up! Happy T13.

Akelamalu said...

I read today that there's a new True Blood series - have you heard?

Xakara said...

Ooo, places to spend some time today. Thanks! :)

Happy T13!

~Xakara
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I am Harriet said...

Wonderful variety! Thanks


Have a great Thursday!
http://harrietandfriends.com/2011/07/anniversary-of-americans-with-disabilities-act/

Xakara said...

Sorry about the other link. I was told it wouldn't allow comments or wouldn't load. Here's the new one.

Happy T13,

~Xakara
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Travis Cody said...

Thanks for the shout. Glad you enjoyed that particular post. You know how much I enjoy turning the spotlight on the men and women who serve.