Clock Rewinders On a Book Binge 5/20/12

Clock Rewinders on a Book Binge is where Amanda @ On a Book Bender and Tara @ 25 Hour Reads shamelessly plug each other, share the fantastic posts, giveaways, or whatever else they’ve found and loved by other awesome bloggers (or authors!) during the week, and talk about the books they plan on reading in the coming week. Let the rewinding begin!

This week on The Busy Bibliophile:
Elsewhere on the Interwebs:
Search Terms that Led to TBB:
  • alex fuentes from perfect chemistry – Yummy.
  • “underwater covers” – Still a few more days to vote on the best one.
  • ending to beautiful disaster – It’s a doozie!
  • black standing cocktail table with red sash – What’s amusing about this one is the reader ended up looking at all the posts under the category ‘cover love’. Probably not what they were looking for.
  • curly banner graphic – Another entry under “how the hell did they end up on my blog, in that category?!” This person clicked to the posts under the category ‘my book boyfriend’.
Books I Read:

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I love to hear your thoughts and read every single one of them.

  1. I just find all the search terms fascinating, don’t you? That is funny about the curly banner graphic search – but while they look for a curly banner at least they got to check out the hot book boyfriends!
    Hope you are enjoying Pretties – I’ve owned that book for the longest time but still haven’t read it.

    • thebusybibliophile says:

      I agree, the search terms are a hoot! I’m amazed at some of the things that lead to my blog.

      I’m enjoying Pretties so far, but I don’t think it’s as good as Uglies was.

  2. Search terms are so funny. I always feel so bad for the people who are searching for info on ”baby chameleons” or something and end up on my review of the second book in a YA series called Chameleon!

    You are what you read, eh? I must be a bizarre mix of things by now!

    • thebusybibliophile says:

      I love those silly search terms. I wish I could see their faces when they end up on some random book review after googling something completely different.

  3. Is this your first time reading the Uglies series? Either way, I’m curious to see what you think! I first read them five or six years ago and have been meaning to do a reread. I remember liking the first two, but not being as thrilled with Specials and Extras.

    Also, I’m not sure if I’ve told you this before, but I LOVE your layout! Every time I come here it’s just so pretty and colorful and easy to read! :)

    • thebusybibliophile says:

      This is my first time reading this series. So far, I liked Uglies more than Pretties, but I’m not quite done with it yet.

      Thank you! I’m so glad to have that feedback of the site. You know, after you’ve looked at your own blog a million times, it’s hard to see it objectively anymore.

  4. Great week for you. We are becoming more like Katniss? I am divergent. I am not a sheep, I am a wolf…LOL
    Katniss is a good role model for young girls..I need to read this article. Have an awesome week. You can see my news and goodies on The Sunday Post

  5. thebusybibliophile says:

    It’s an interesting article, I hope you enjoy it.