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S-Z September 8, 2007

42 blogs on this page.

Semicolon

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Shakespeare Geek

Desription: Shakespeare may have died 400 or so years ago, so how come he keeps showing up everywhere I turn my head, thinks this blogger. From movie and book reviews, to trivia and quizzes. This blog discusses anything and everything Shakespeare.

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The Shelf Life

Description: Here you find the temporary home of the book culture blog from University Book Store, Seattle.

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ShelfTalker

Description: A children’s bookseller pontificates on all things literary, artistic and mercantile.

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Shiva’s Arms

Description: Blog named after the title of the first novel by the blogger. The blog is devoted to things South Indian, which include book reviews, poetry and publishing news.

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Simon’s Book Blog

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So Many Books

Description: The agony and ecstasy of a reading life.

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Spinning

Description: Deals with “Reading, Writing, Being,” that is. The author does postings on whatever book(s) she’s reading and whatever strikes her about them. She posts about writing, and she has a category called “Reality” where she posts the personal items, sometimes even in a more poetic form.

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Sue’s Book Reviews

Description: Fiction book reviews for children, teenagers and adults. From a Christian homeschooling mom.

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Suite 101

Description: A blog with articles and reviews on children’s books and quality adult fiction and non-fiction.

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Sweet Reason’s Book Blog

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Stainless Steel Droppings

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Sycorax Pine

Description: I have no more ambition for this book than that some day someone will be lying in bed and read out a single line – and that their companion will turn away from them in silence… (Don Paterson, The Book of Shadows)

Tales From Mount TBR

Description: One reader’s attempts to scale this formidable mountain, and the money spent maintaining it.

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Talking Books Librarian

Description: A blog about Talking Books and other great resources for blind or visually impaired persons. Find out what’s happening in the world of libraries and Talking Books! The blog also includes information and resources of importance to older adults, as well as those with disabilities.

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The Talking Bookstore

Description: Blog about audio books, with loads of downloadable audio books.

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TeleRead

Description: Blog on developments and setbacks in electronic books.

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This Thing of Ours

Description: Articles on books, authors, reading and the occasional review.

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Three Silly Chicks

Description: A resource for teachers, librarians and parents looking for funny books for kids.

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Ticket to Read

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Tillabooks

Description: Will’s book blog

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Tiny Little Reading Room

Description: Contains book reviews and info on reading challenges.

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Twisted Kingdom

Description: Fantasy and Sci-Fi Blog.

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Twitterlit

Description: Literary teasers served up twice daily–in your inbox or RSS reader, on your Google home page, on the web, in your Twitter reader, or by mobile phone. Curiously addictive.

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Two Umbrellas

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Try Harder

Description: In tryharderland, the library police are always two steps behind. Carrie Jones writes about comics, SF, old-timey and new-whiny books and even does some genre-hopping of her own.

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The Tsipi Keller Book Blog

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Tyee Books

Description: Reading B.C. and Beyond

Upper For Stuart

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University of Nebraska Press

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Used Books Blog

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Very short novels

Description: A blog by David B. Dale. It is all about 299 words. Because “anything more is waste”.

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Volatile Rune

Description: About book reviews, poetry, word-ish and literary things.

Washington Book Blog

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What Cheesy Reads

Description: Thoughts about books, but not a review site.

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West of Mars

Description: Blog of Susan Helene Gottfried.

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A work in progress

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WormBook

Description: She was a bookworm before she could even say the word! A twenty something New Yorker writes about the books she’s reading and books she should.

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The Written World

Description: Kailina’s Written World. General Reading Blog.

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A Wrung Sponge

Decription: Focusing on multicultural children’s books and sprinkled with photos, haiku and other poetry.

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The “Why Indie Book Stors Matter” Tour

Description: On April 1, 2008, the founder of the Bookstore Tourism movement, Larry Portzline, will embark on a 10-week cross-country road trip to visit 200 independent bookshops in all 50 states and to ask America: “Why do indie bookstores matter?”



Your Shelves
Description: A sneak preview into home libraries from people all over the world. New libraries wanted!

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