March. Aw, March. A lot like February but more frustrating. Spring will spring but someone needs to tell winter. Plus, there's the Daylight Savings thing. I hate messing around with time. Why can't we just leave it instead of leaping and falling twice a year?
We'll soldier on.
*Watchmen is the big movie opening this weekend. A comparison of book vs film.
*Estella's Revenge March edition is up and the theme is a favorite of mine: Classics.
*Getting your kids to love reading. Scribbit's advice.
*Interesting. After cutting a bunch of jobs last week, Barnes & Noble buys Fictionwise, an ebook retailer.
*What?! What is "It"? I guess It's useful if you only want to read what's 'popular'.
*Canada Reads drops Mercy Among the Children: "I felt bad that I didn't like it." I think we've been there before.
*A memoir? Does the world need a Kathy Griffin memoir? One that Random House paid $2 Million for?
*Harlequin turns 60. I betcha want to read The Manatee now ;)
*You better hold on to your purse at LA's Central Library. There are more than just Book Thieves there.
*Etsy Love: A special notecard for readers from Stories Divinations.
Stay tuned for a review of Come Thou Tortoise. Have a great weekend!