Sunday Surfing 1/9/13

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Those of you who follow me on twitter might have noticed I’m been posting a lot of links recently. Sunday Surfing is my new feature (inspired by Chrisbookarama‘s Friday Bookish Buzz, which is one of my favourite features) where I share my favourite links from during the week, about books and blogging.

Plus a little about what’s happened on the blog this week. Lets get started.

Around the web this week

New Salinger books likely to be published in 2015

Most screwed up relationships in books. Would add Fuka-Eri and Tengo from 1Q84- if you could call that a relationship!

10 Things You Should know About Ray Bradbury. His wife was the only person he ever dated, I think that’s pretty romantic.

E-book singles trends of the summer.

The Bloggess’ social media tips. Oh I love The Bloggess. Seriously, read this one, even if you click no other links!

20 books most likely to be left in hotel rooms. Kind of says more about what people do in hotel rooms than what books people don’t care about!

Does reading male authors give an unnatural view of women?

Poet Seamus Heany died

And in tribute today’s video is Seamus Heany reading one of his poems. I like this video because he talks a little about being a poet, and you can see a bit more of him.

And on the blog this week…

I reviewed The Starboard Sea

I read Good Baby, Bad Baby to the toddlers

I celebrated my blogiversary!

And I talked about the future. (Please take a couple of minutes to fill in the survey)

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  1. Pingback: Review of the Year 2013- Popular Posts | Lucybird's Book Blog

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