A Selection of Great Blog Posts January 2014

Since starting my blog a couple of months ago, I have read some really great stuff, and I thought it might be fun to share some of it.  This is a way for me to remember them myself, share them with others who haven’t seen them yet, and say thanks to the people who wrote them!  Here are some of my favourites from January 2014:

Review Posts:

A Century of 0f Books:  Travels With Charley by John Steinbeck (1962) @ Cedar Station

Favourite Reads in 2013 (Part 2) @ Only You

Eat It edited by Nicole Baute and Brianna Goldberg @ Reading In Bed

Paradise Lost, Books I and II:  You know a book is great when you can’t wait to start talking about Satan @ Rosemary and Reading Glasses

Zenzele: Sixteen Pieces of Advice From a Zimbabwaen Mother to Her Daughter @ The Bookshelf of Emily J.

UR by Stephen King @ Fourth Street Reiew

Non Review Posts:

A Literary Trip Down Memory Lane, From Girlhood to Midlife @ Only You

The Most Noble Story @ Writing Between the Lines

she washed; i dried @ Matilda Magtree

The Library Fee @ Illustrated with Crappy Pictures (okay, so this one is from December, but I really thought I should include it anyway!)

ALAMW14 @ Love at First Book (This one is worth looking at just to see her pile of new books!)

Food Posts (because I do also like food!):

Brown Sugar Buttermilk Pie @ Care’s Online Book Club

Top 20 Most Popular Recipes in 2013 @ kevin & amanda

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13 thoughts on “A Selection of Great Blog Posts January 2014

  1. Cedar Station says:

    Wow, thanks for the link! I love posts like these, and really need to get into the habit of making them myself. I’m checking out some of the other ones you linked now! Thanks again.

  2. Cecilia says:

    I’m honored to be mentioned here! I was also thinking about doing a recommendations kind of post. I’ll look forward to checking out the other links over the next few days! Thanks, Naomi!

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