Year of the Bookwormz: 2011

52 weeks. 2 friends. 1 challenge.

Author’s Spotlight:: When Two Worlds Collide:: February 12, 2010

Hi all! As we dig out from the Snowpocalyptic conditions here in the area,  a fellow book blogger and dear friend, Planetbooks, uncovered this fun and exciting interview about an author I will get the pleasure of meeting at her book signing/reading in two weeks!  Ever heard the phrase when worlds collide? Read on to find out about two fantastic authors we love here at YOTBW2010. Just so happens that Kathryn Stockett, one of YOTBW2010’s new favorite author of New York Times Bestseller The Help, which both of us bookworms read and raved about, just interviewed Sarah Blake, author of The Postmistress, for an review exclusive!  I couldn’t be happier to meet Sarah Blake, and am patiently waiting to read Blake’s The Postmistress until the signed copy is in my hands, and not a minute sooner! Of course, I’ll share my review here for you all to enjoy. I hope you’ll pick up one of Sarah’s other novels, Grange House or Full Turn while you wait your turn for The Postmistress at a library near you.

Until then, here’s the interview!! xoxo, LibraryLove



Library trend spotlight:: Esty finds~ Circulate and renew!

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Check out this super fun blog:

“Were you one of those kids who used library time to rub your feet on the carpets to generate static electricity or naughtily browse the National Geographics to ogle the naked people? Well, now is the time to renew your library card and get a bit more serious about quiet hour. From card catalog dressers to book necklaces, vintage paperbacks, plaid skirts and horn rimmed glasses, the library trend is popping up everywhere in fashion and home decor. Check out the following Etsy Finds for just a few examples of library themed items that are currently in circulation”.

Click here or on the image of the card catalog to go directly!

Thanks to Tiffany for suggesting I check it out!

Xoxo, LibraryLove

ps- glad to see others loving the library, and not just me :O)