Clock Rewinders on a Book Binge 9/2

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!

Recently on The Busy Bibliophile:

~ I listed the best books I’ve read since I started my blog.
~ I reviewed The Goddess Legacy, an in-between novel by Aimee Carter.
~ Paranormal Haven interviewed me for their Behind the Blog series.
~ I reviewed Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay.
~ I recommended a book with a character that plays sports.
~ I revealed my top 7 bookish confessions (I told you! No broken spines, ever!).
~ I reviewed After Hello by Lisa Mangum.
~ I joined the Ready, Set, Readathon.
~ I shared my August R.A.K. wrap-up.

Elsewhere on the Interwebs:

~ Patricia’s Particularity announced her lineup for The Sunnydale Project. A ton of goodies on the schedule!
~ Alexa provided a great wrap-up of her fun month-long Travel Tales series with a link to every post in the series.
~ Jamie from Perpetual Page-Turner and The Broke and the Bookish is now a married woman! Check out her announcement post and wish her congrats.
~ Evie at Bookish is getting ready to host an epic Indie Author event at the end of the month. To get ready, she needs us to vote on the best indie author. I’ve already cast my vote (Jessica Park, natch), so now it’s your turn. Check out her post, then go vote for your fave indie. Or, you know, vote for my pick
~ Jennifer from Some Like it Paranormal revealed what may be the creepiest book cover ever. Seriously, check it out and tell me if the eyes don’t follow you around the room.

Search Terms that Led to TBB:

~ Nothing interesting this week. :-(

Books I Read:

~ Zom-B by Darren Shan
~ Embrace by Jessica Shirvington
~ Every Day by David Levithan
~ Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally
~ When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle
~ After Hello by Lisa Mangum

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

  1. The search terms were rather sad on my blog this week, too. What’s up with that?