March 22, 2013

Blogger Shoutouts - Week 11




A weekly feature in which I give credit to YOU!



DISCUSSION POSTS TO CHECK OUT:


2. Share a Story Event Highlights @ Tif Talks Books

3. What Would Jane Austen Do: Smellovision Edition @ Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Books

4. Author Insight: Digital Extras @ Wastepaper Prose



**WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH & INTL. WOMEN'S DAY POSTS:**

1. How Women Should Be @ Megan Mayhew Bergman's blog

2. Celebrating Women's History Month @ Rhapsody in Books Weblog

3. Ruth Gruber: In Honor of Jewish Women History Month @ Bagels, Books and Schmooze


5. Women's Suffrage Parade @ Rhapsody in Books Weblog


7. An International Women's Day Inspired Book List @ the betty and boo chronicles

8. Sexual Abuse of Women in the Military @ Rhapsody in Books Weblog

9. In case you missed the posts so far, check out all of the kick-ass guest bloggers I have had for the Women's Lit Event this month. There are still plenty to come through the 31st!


Featured Female Author Beverly Cleary



UPCOMING EVENTS BY BLOGGERS:

1. Bloggiesta is on right NOW!  Go sign up to participate this weekend!

2. Reading Angels is hosting Spring Blog Carnival 2013.  Sign-ups for hosting a booth are here.

3. Serena @ Savvy Verse and Wit is once again hosting the National Poetry Month Blog Tour for National Poetry Month in April.  Interested in participating?  Sign up here.


**Are you hosting an upcoming special event?  E-mail me or message me on Facebook or Twitter (buttons on top of sidebar) to submit for featuring here!  Note: No Book Tours.



ADDED TO MY TBR...


2. Pride and Pyramids by Amanda Grange, thanks to Becky @ One Literature Nut

3. Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys, thanks to Paperback Princess

4. Oleander Girl by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, thanks to S. Krishna's Books

5. Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones, thanks to Heather @ Capricious Reader (which I somehow missed on Vasilly's blog last month)



6. The Diviners by Libba Bray, thanks to Nocturnal Book Reviews

7. A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, thanks to Vasilly @ 1330v

8. Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline, thanks to the WoW post @ BookNAround

9. Lovely, Dark and Deep by Amy McNamara, thanks to Princess Bookie



TBR TALLIES...
Out of the 142 Books Added to my TBR List thanks to Bloggers Since October 2012--

1. S. Krishna's Books has added 9
2. Devourer of Books - 8
3. Luxury Reading - 6
4. Tanzanite's Castle -5
5. TIE:
BookNAround - 4
I Read Banned Books - 4
Nocturnal Book Reviews - 4
Princess Bookie - 4
Savvy Verse and Wit - 4


Check back next week to see the new results!


BOOK BLOGS DISCOVERED...

None this week


COMMENTER TALLIES THIS WEEK...
Look for a post at end of March (halfway mark) with everyone's totals up to this point!

1. Bookworm1858 - 9
2. Tasha B. - 7
3. Ryan - 5
4. Tanya @ Mom's Small Victories - 5
5. Robin McCormack - 3
6. Bermudaonion - 2
7. Christy English - 2
8. Ellie - 2
9. Kaitlyn Hoyt - 2
10. Kelly the Well Read Redhead - 2
11. Book Cupid - 1
12. Book Dilettante - 1
13. Bryan - 1
14. Carina - 1
15. Carol - 1
16. Cecelia - 1
17. Jeanne - 1
18. Jennifer Hartling - 1
19. Jess - 1
20. Kristen (Book Monsters) - 1
21. Laurel Rain Snow - 1
22. Michelle Gragnon - 1
23. Rachel Bradford - 1
24. Ruth - 1
25. Serena - 1
26. Suzi Love - 1
27. Svea Love - 1
28. Susan (You Can Never Have Too Many Books) - 1
29. Teddy Rose - 1




to my regular commenters, whether you leave 1 or 10, and to my new commenters, and to every one who leaves one when they can! 


2013 COMMENTER LEADERBOARD
Top Commenters receive special bookish prizes at the end of June! 
(Which I will announce specifics of soon.)
Get your commenting on!

1st Place: Tasha B. - 66 total
2nd Place: Bookworm1858 - 48 total
3rd: Kathy (Bermudaonion) - 31 total
4th: 5th: Tif - 20 total
5th: Jenners - 15 total
6th: Kaitlyn Hoyt - 13 total
7th: Ryan - 12 total   - NEW ON LEADERBOARD!



What other bloggers' post did you love so much this week you have felt the need to share it?  

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link love this week!! :)

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  2. Woohoo! I like being on the leaderboard :-)

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  3. Thanks for the shout out, Becca! I really hope you enjoy The Diviners! As for your question, I've used Artisteer program to create my template, but I'm sure you can get the same quote frame if you mess with your HTML for a bit. :)

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  4. Loving these posts for women's month-so much to think about!

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