Archive for the ‘Book Memes’ Category

This week’s Weekly Geeks asks: Tell your readers what is it about “an” author that you are most passionate about, that have you coming back for more from them, following their every blog post – literally blackmailing people to read their books? Who are some of your all time favourite authors? And what is it […]

I haven’t done a meme in absolutely ages, so when Mae from Mad Bibliophile tagged/awarded me with the “Honest Scrap” meme, I figured it would be a good time to change that. Plus, it does seem like a fun meme. The rules seem straightforward enough: a. ‘The Honest Scrap Blogger Award’ must be shared. b. […]

What books did you read while in school? Were there any that you particular liked, or even hated? Did any become lifelong favourites? I was one of those girls who always had my nose in a book at school. Weirdly enough, though, my school didn’t allow non-library books in the school premises, which I personally […]

Meme Time


I’m having a really poor October, with respect to blogging. It’s almost embarrassing, but, believe it or not, I’m still ill, despite finishing two courses of antibiotics. Being at home has helped some – at least I get Mum’s cooking, and read my childhood favorites – but, I’m still feeling really awful. :( Anyway, I […]

This past week, Borders re-released it’s 100 Favourite Books of All Times. Do you vote in these kinds of polls when they arise? Do you look through the list, or seek out books featured? I do, if I come across the polls. However, I didn’t see this poll, hence, nope to this one! I try […]

This week’s Weekly Geeks talks of blog improvement. Take a look at your blog as if you were someone who has never seen a blog before. Imagine they are looking for something specific. Could they find it? Could they find YOU again? Be able to contact you? Would they understand your jargon? I’ve tried to […]

This week’s Booking Through Thursday’s question is: What’s the biggest book you’ve read recently? (Feel free to think “big” as size, or as popularity, or in any other way you care to interpret.) At about 560 pages, I think Sarah Waters’ Fingersmith would have to be it (just finished it last week). It’s not the biggest […]