Monday, 5 May 2008

Weekly Geeks #1 and #2


So I'm really late here. Weekly Geeks has started and I haven't had the time to post anything about it!
But I have been reading new blogs and I want to write something about them:

In the Louvre
it's a lovely blog. It has a gorgeous graphic design, and the blogger, Michelle, is a very eclectic artist. She has a section for her artistic creations and some stuff is amazing! I loved the modified book and the house.

Bottle of Shine aka The Deus Ex machina complex (and other theories) is a hilarious and crazy blog. I love it! She is also the creator of the tl;dr challenge.

where troubles melt like lemon drops
has a delicious title, first of all. And a beautiful header. Her rating system is brilliant too. She doesn't have exactly the same taste in books as me, but it's interesting to read different perspective.

That's it. I plan on keep discovering new blogs by going through the list of of participants, you can never know too many booking bloggers:)


Now for Week #2
:
If you've reviewed a book that I have written about you can leave a comment here, or on the specific review and I'll add a link to it. Easy Peasy.
I really like this idea, and I think I would be adopting it in the future, as long as people will let me know they've also reviewed that book.
On my right sidebar you can see the list of books I've read and reviewed. There's also a link to the books I've read in 2007, so feel free to have a look and come back here to tell me if you've reviewed any of those!

6 comments:

bottle-of-shine said...

Ha ha! Thanks for mentioning me! HILARIOUS AND CRAZY. That is pretty much the definition of how I do anything.

Glad you've decided to hop on the review exchange, too. I'll have to compare our books and see if we match at all. I love this project so much!

- Renay

mariel said...

Hi! Thanks for mentioning me too! This Weekly Geeks malarky has got me adding so many new blogs to my reader and books to my TBR pile! There are quite a lot of books on your blog that I have read or mean to read, so feel free to link away if we ever review the same!

heatherlo said...

Hi! I'm going to link your review of Harriet the spy to mine, and if you'd like you can do the same! (it looks like that's the only book we have in common as of now.)

Marg said...

I'll definitely be back to peruse your archives. i would do it now, but I have spent far too much time on this computer already tonight!

zetor said...

Hi Valentina I have a review for 'The Thirteenth Tale', here http://zetor-mogsblog.blogspot.com/search/label/Books%20The%20Thirteenth%20Tale.

Natasha @ Maw Books said...

Hi! Here are some links for you:
http://blog.mawbooks.com/2008/03/05/book-of-a-thousand-days-by-shannon-hale/
http://blog.mawbooks.com/2007/12/29/the-thirteenth-tale/
http://blog.mawbooks.com/2008/01/20/the-book-thief-by-markus-zusak/

I thought I would let you know that I've already linked over to many of your reviews here:
http://bookreviews.mawbooks.com

I honestly don't remember if I've ever left a comment on your blog, forgive me if I haven't. I've had you in my reader for some time and have been lurking. Thanks to Weekly Geeks, I thought I ought to say hello!