Last Week’s Most Popular Posts: January 1-6, 2012

Our most popular posts from the week that was…

 

“Shopping at Michael’s Arts & Crafts – m4w (Tennessee) You had curly brown hair and lovely skin – I like a woman who doesn’t obsess over her weight. I couldn’t help but peek in your basket – great fabric choice. And I noticed when I followed you to the parking lot that you have a small dog – I have a small dog, too! Would love to get together sometime and share lotion.”

From Literary Missed Connections by Liberty Hardy

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“What initially caught my attention several months ago was this statement by an early reviewer: “If Willa Cather and Gabriel Garcia Marquez had collaborated on a book, The Snow Child would be it.”  I love both of those authors, and the idea of the two styles coming together was just too tempting.  The book trailer just sealed the deal.”

From Five Books to Look For in 2012 by Cassandra Neace

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“This has got to be my favorite thing I’ve ever featured on Book Fetish. Sold on Etsy, the infinity scarf is printed with text from Pride and Prejudice, keeping you warm and showing off your good taste in books all at once.”

From Book Fetish Volume XI by Brenna Kalmer

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“If I had a firstborn child to offer in exchange for a galley of this, I’d give it serious consideration. And honestly, I don’t really care what it’s about. It’s Toni Morrison, and reading her is like going to church for me. That’s all I need to know. Can’t wait to get my hands on this one.”

From Five More Books to Look for in 2012 by Rebecca Joines Schinsky

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“July — Fans of George R.R. Martin are very displeased. The paperback version of A Dance With Dragons includes a snippet of the sixth Song of Fire and Ice novel – and an announcement that the completed novel will be published in July 2019.”

From 12 Literary Predictions for 2012 by Greg Zimmerman

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