Sunday, March 21, 2010

Book Week Twelve - L is for linkage love

It's interesting.  I'm currently taking a class in Nobel Literature and the question came up, do you consider the politics of the person when reading the book.  Many of the Nobel prize winners for literature seemed to have been picked due to the politics.   I haven't come across too many books in which the author's politic bothered me one way or the other. Oh what as sheltered life I lead!   Well, the post I had planned for today all geared around a certain book, went south when I discovered some information about the author's politics that totally turned me off.  Suffix it to say I won't be reading any of his books nor will I be supporting the author by highlighting his books here.

Instead I'm going to shower you with linkage love.   Links to book bloggers and book sites that are interesting and informative and all start with "L"

Jackie of Literary Escapism:   Highlights Fantasy and Paranormal authors, plus is hosting  the New Author Challenge 2010.   She has great author guests and interesting giveaways.

She highlights many of the authors from the League of Reluctant Adults.
A huge group of fantasy and paranormal authors including Mario Acevedo, Michele Bardsley, Dakota Cassidy, Carolyn Crane, Molly Harper, Mark Henry, Stacia Kane, Jackie Kessler, Caitlin Kittredge, J.F. Lewis, Richelle Mead, Kelly Meding, Nicole Peeler, Cherie Priest, Kat Richardson, Michelle Rowen, Diana Rowland, Jeanne C. Stein, Anton Strout, and Jaye Wells

Linus's Blanket:   Nicole not only discusses all kinds of books, but she hosts a weekly blog radio shows called "That's How I Blog."   Every Tuesday she interviews a different blogger and discusses a different book called the Twenty Minute Book Club.   Fascinating conversations you don't want to miss.

Staci of Life in the Thumb:  A fellow book addict with eclectic taste and every Saturday posts her Six Sentence Saturday in which she reviews books using only 6 sentences.

Lipstick Chronicles:   Group author blog with Nancy Martin, Hank Phillipi Ryan, Elaine Viets, Sarah Strohmeyer, Kathy Sweeney, Harley Jane Kozak and Me Margie.  You'll be entertained, amused and enlightened by these group of mystery writers.

Stieg Larson:  Author of "the Girl with The Dragon Tattoo" and more.

and Happy Birthday to Lois Lowry:  Author of the Dystopian trilogy "The Giver," "Gathering Blue," and "Messenger."  

Link to your reviews:  


  1. Well, my book post this week doesn't have any links to "L" names in it, but it does link to the author's website...

    I also have to agree with you. I never thought much about author politics until someone else mentioned it... and now, I have a hard time reading a couple of authors who are very verbal with their politics.

  2. I'm still playing catchup! I just posted book 10, but I'm almost finished book 11, so at worst I'll only be a book behind by the end of the week. I'm definitely still hanging in there. Please stop by and read my review and comment on any of the books. Thanks!

  3. I had a wonderful read this week after a few weeks of reading books that I wasn't fond of in the end - I finally found a page turner that kept me up late at night (which wasn't so good, but you can't have everything). Happy reading!


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