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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has. 
- Margaret Mead


This should be a place for everyone to leave comments on my blog, books in generalor just random thoughts floating through your mind. I am always happy about opinions, tips or suggestions for improvement. Love, Sarah...


20 comments:

  1. Hey,
    I love your blog so much and you are doing such a wonderful work here! It's really amazing what you made out of that.

    Love, Bine
    :-*

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  2. Hi, this blog's a good read - I quickly signed up as a follower. You may like to take a look at my blog (http://www.gatorrance.blogspot.com/) which presents chapter by chapter my debut crime fiction novel titled 'The Prey' - I'd appreciate any comments you may have. Thanks.

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  3. Hi Sarah! Love your site. I'm going to add it to my Sunday Kickoffs on 10/10/10. I figure any site that is newer (bout 6mths or less) deserves a shout out. Come check it out: http://readerrecommended.blogspot.com.

    Lou

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  4. HAHA...ok i finished City of Glass...amazing!
    here's my review:
    http://acasualreader.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/297/

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  5. Hey Sarah
    I noticed you were looking for suggestions on what to make your regular monday post. How about Daily Dose? It fits in with your love for photography as I see on your about me page. Check it out here: http://goodgollymisshollybooks.blogspot.com/search/label/Daily%20Dose

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  6. Hi. Don´t know if you read my comment on my blogg. But I answer you there.
    But if you like you can send me an email
    line_boegh@hotmail.com :)

    I would really like to participate.
    But need to find a book first :) And an author.

    ~MoonStar~

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  7. Hey :)
    great blog, it's so cool here to read your reviews !
    Do you maybe want to become affliate with my books blog ?

    www.buchruecken.blogspot.com

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  8. Hey, didn't want to leave this under an unrelated post:

    The Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger IS steampunk, totally so! If you haven't read any then I'd tell you, the first is the most hilarious in relationship terms and steampunk get more and more prominent with each volume.
    It is as hilarious as I make it sound and totally worth checking out ;)

    Nickey

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  9. I found out your blog not so long ago but i already like to read your reviews!^^
    And your layout is so cute, i love it!^^

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  10. HI Miss Page Turner (love the name ,love the blog)I just became a follower and email subscriber. I wish I had discovered your blog sooner. I'll look forward to reading reviews now.

    Margaret

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  11. Oh I have to say I love your swap idea here! I didn't notice a spot to comment on it though. Great idea!

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  12. Hey Sarah
    thanks so much for all those comments! You are amazing :)
    About your questions:
    1) No, Meg Cabot is American, but the edition of Insatiable I got is from Harper Collins Canada, it's just a different cover. I read a lot of her younger YA when I was around 15, so I'm curious about her older YAs (does that make sense?)
    2) I already have a Maggie Stiefvater ticket because I work in the book shop that co-hosts the HARBOURfront Literaturfestival in Hamburg and a guide with all the events was practically shoved at me lol From what I gathered Kertin Gier and Cornelia Funke are on tour too :)

    I'll get back to you with more comments on a night when I'm less antsy (Camp NaNo starts in two hours and my fingers are itching to get started), so until then, thanks again for the comment and talk soon :)
    /Nickey

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  13. Hallo Sarah,
    dein Blog gefällt mir sehr gut. Besonders das Design gefällt mir. Wunderschön!!! :) Ich würde mich freuen, wenn du bei mir vorbeischaust und einen Kommentar hinterlässt wie du meinen Blog so findest.

    Herzliche Grüße

    Larissa

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  14. I really like the blog. :) You should read Kimberly Derting- The Pledge and Ann Aguirre- Enclave. They were really good.

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  15. I'm excted that I found your blog! Your have very similar taste to me and I can't wait to read some of your favorites! You should check out the Tigers Curse series by Colleen Houck and The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller. They are great and right up your alley!

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  16. hi
    i love your site and
    its really pretty ♥
    lg

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