Linkity reads banned books



Congrats to Rush, who won Junk by Josephine Myles!

Congrats to Suze, who won The Stars that Tremble by Kate McMurrayThe Stars that Tremble will be released on September 30 by Dreamspinner Press.



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Reading Update
An Eagle River Christmas by Lee Pulaski. ebook. Too much telling/info-dumping kept me distanced from the story.
The Trouble with Hairy (West  Hollywood Vampires #2) by Hal Bodner. ebook. There wasn’t anything wrong with the book itself. I just realized, about a quarter into it, that I really can’t read gruesomely detailed horror anymore, as it leaves me feeling physically ill.


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8 thoughts on “Linkity reads banned books”

  1. The GR thing is… 0_0. Have you tried BookLikes?

    Baby kiwi are so cute!

    Warning. Rant ahead.

    Obviously I’m going to have to go and find a copy of Invisible Man at some point and read it. One of the reasons listed for banning was first person? OMG! Are the board idiots? And ‘in 1983, the Alabama State Textbook Committee called for rejecting the book [Diary of Anne Frank was ] because it was “a real downer.’ *heads desk* As for Charlotte’s Web? I do believe if I lived in the US I would be like the woman in that Kevin Costner movie (Field of Dreams) where she goes to the school meeting where they want to ban books and goes off… *heads to YouTube*

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ki0xz2qrkk

    May – you look like a cushion…with sound effects 🙂
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  2. When Andrew and I went to Stonehenge in about 1995, the farmer across the highway from the site had erected another Stonehenge, this one made from giant hay bales.
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