Friday, February 3, 2012

Google Reader Roundup

For all of you who've gnawed your fingers down to the nub wondering the true identity of the intrepid, often sourpuss, but always loyal and deep down sweet Travener, the wait is over. He's finally published his mystery, Tainted Souls, and I bought a copy on my Kindle. Go congratulate him on his tenacity over at his new, identity-revealed blog.

Aspriring Mama has a very funny recap of her traffic school experinece--with tips for those of us who are sassy smartasses.

Hialrious and artistic Mia Hayson shows us why real books are here to stay.

Which was funny because after I saw Mia's tweet about her awesome post, I then saw this Sierra Club* tweet: @Sierra_Magazine: Book Review: The Insatiable Bark Beetle: Horror story or warning sign? This bug eats forests.  Perhaps a case FOR ereaders? I think so!

*Obviously a club in celebration of moi.

AND THEN! Look at this: THIS post tals about why publishers are less optimistic about ereaders now!

Lucienne Driver on why your work doesn't get read as quickly as you want it to.

Kristen Lippert Martin has a book giveaway on her blog for Blythe Woolston’s latest book, Catch & Release! Go enter. NOW!





5 comments:

Mia Hayson said...

Thanks for the linky love!

Such exciting posts! If we ignore the beetle one, that is, which I think is CLEARLY A SIGN that the end is NIGH and the zombie apocalypse will soon be upon us.

;)

The publishing one is interesting to think about. Mmmm!

<3

Kristen Lippert-Martin said...

Thanks, Sierra. As always.

Can you believe that we FINALLY know who Travener is? It's like finding out the identity of Deep Throat.

Sierra Godfrey said...

Ha ha ha! I think Travs will like that comparison.

Nicole Ducleroir said...

A couple of these articles pique my interest. Off to check them out; thanks, Sierra! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

Steven J. Wangsness said...

Who is this Travener guy?

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