Because of the Spring Read-a-Thon, I'm going to make this week's link round-up short and sweet!
Amy at My Friend Amy wrote Why I Blog, Bethany from B&b ex libris wrote Cool and Not Cool, and Trish from Hey Lady Whatcha Reading wrote This Blogging Thing Reminds Me of High School. Are there cliques? Are some people cool? Does anyone feel left out? Read these posts and join in the discussion.
Alyce from At Home with Books wants to know about participating in memes. You all do it, but how much is too much? Let her know.
Jen at Devourer of Books reveiwed First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria by Eve Waite-Brown. Ever thought about joining the Peace Corps? Take a look at this book. Here's what Jen had to say: "Let me just tell you that Eve is awesome. She is smart and sassy and I felt like I was sitting with one of my girlfriends, listening to her tell her story - complete with hand gestures and sarcasm. "
Shelly from Write for a Reader reviewed The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan. Yes this YA book involves zombies, but Shelly says: "I'll admit, I've never really been into zombies, . . . but this, I liked! I think it's because the focus of the book is not really the zombies, but Mary and her delimna."
Carrie from Books and Movies has moved!! Click on the link and re-set your bog reader so you don't miss a thing she has to say! I've already made the switch.
Julie from Booking Mama reviewed and is giving away two copies of Because I Love Her edited by Andrea N. Richesin. This sounds like a super book about mothers and daughters. Even if you don't want a copy, be sure to read the comments Julie is getting: all about how special her readers' moms are.