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November Wrap-Up: Commenters and Search Terms

December 3, 2009

Commenters

Many thanks to November’s commenters!

A Bookshelf Monstrosity
– Aarti from Booklust
– Alita from Alita.Reads
– Allie from A Literary Odyssey
– Alyce from At Home With Books
– Amanda from Life and Times of a New New Yorker
– Amber from Amber Stults
– Ana from The Book Smugglers
– Ann from At Home with Ann
– Bart from Bart’s Bookshelf
– Beth from Beth’s Book-Nook Blog
– Beth F from Beth Fish Reads
– Bookjourney from One Person’s Journey Through a World of Books
– Cara from Oooh…Books!
– Care from Care’s Online Book Club
– Carrie K from My Middle Name is Patience
– Carrie K. from Books and Movies
– Christina from Reading Through the Night
– Darla D from Books and Other Thoughts
– Dawn from She Is Too Fond of Books
– Debbie from ReaderBuzz
– Dominique from Coffee Stained Pages
– Eva from A Striped Armchair
– Fidelius from Fidelius Reads
– Frances from Nonsuch Book
– Fyrebyrdbooks from Fyrebyrd’s Book Blog
– Gavin from Page247
– hagelrat from Un:Bound
– Hazra from Advance Booking
– Heather from Book Addiction
– Jackie from Farm Lane Books Blog
– Jeanne from Necromancy Never Pays
– Jen from Devourer of Books
– Jenny from Jenny’s Books
– Joanne from Book Zombie
– Julie from Outlandish Dreaming
– Kailana from The Written World
– Kathy from Bermudaonion’s Weblog
– Kay from Kay’s Bookshelf
– Kay from The Infinite Shelf
– Kim from Sophisticated Dorkiness
– Ladytink_534 from The Movieholic & Bibliophile’s Blog
Laura
– Lenore from Presenting Lenore
– Lightheaded from Everyday Reads
– Literary Feline from Musings of a Bookish Kitty
– Literate Housewife from The Literate Housewife Review
– Meghan from Medieval Bookworm
– Melissa from Shhh I’m Reading
– Memory from Stella Matutina
– Michelle from Michelle’s Masterful Musings
– Nish from Nishita’s Rants and Raves
– Nymeth from Things Mean a Lot
– rhapsodyinbooks from RhapsodyinBooks’s Weblog
– Serena from Savvy Verse & Wit
– shamrockrose from Emeraldfire’s Bookmark
– Shanra from Libri Touches
– Shellie from Layers of Thought
– Shonda from Me, My Book, and the Couch
– softdrink from Fizzy Thoughts
Sookieverse
– Stephanie from Reviewsbylola’s Blog
– Tracie Yule from Yule Time Reading
– Trisha from Eclectic / Eccentric
– Vivienne from Serendipity

Also: asia meana, Betty, debora evert, Joyce, jules, Katie, Lisa Richards, liz (aka Conan), Michael Ricketts, Norbert Haupt, RavnVoice, Sophia, Stuntgirl

Search Terms

should i let my 13 year old read eye of the world
I don’t see why not. There’s some violence, obviously (killing of troll-like monsters, mostly), but it’s not particularly graphic or out of the ordinary for fantasy novels. There are some scary/creepy parts, but that’s entirely dependent on how easily scared they are. No sex in the first one, either (and minimal-to-no on-screen sex in the entire series.) Basically, if they can handle the length, there’s nothing in the content that wouldn’t be appropriate.

firefly bok
No, chickens “bok”. Fireflies are pretty quiet, except for maybe a *blink*ing noise.

reading recommended
Yes, yes it is.

is peter and the shadow thieves a graph
No, it’s a book. This is a graph. (Actually, that was a sentence. And a link. But definitely not a pipe.)

threatened by capricorn
Goats are nasty buggers, it’s true, but somehow I feel like Leo or Scorpio would be a lot more threatening.

what are the names of the kids that went
…up a hill? Jack and Jill. …into the witch’s cottage? Hansel and Gretel. …over the river and through the woods? As far as I know, they’ve remained anonymous.

eye of the world series book 13 review
I wish! Talk to me in about a year, once it’s been finished and published.

ancient way of giving love letters
I’m sure the archaeologists were thrilled to discover the shoebox full of cuneiform love tablets in a teenager’s bedroom closet in ancient Mesopotamian ruins. [….okay, something about the phrase “love tablets” just sounds wrong.]

tally youngblood compared to princess diana
Both of them really liked riding hoverboards. It’s totally true.

12 Comments leave one →
  1. December 3, 2009 7:39 am

    Fun wrap-up! Very clever responses to the search terms, I always enjoy reading these …

  2. December 3, 2009 7:51 am

    How sweet, the “threatened by capricorn” part I think refers to Inkheart :)

    Thank you for the link! :)

    • December 3, 2009 8:34 am

      Kay – I’m sure it did, but it’s more fun to assume it doesn’t. :)

  3. December 3, 2009 8:57 am

    You really have to watch out for us Capricorns . . . we can be scary!

    Love your search items, I look forward to them.

  4. December 3, 2009 9:15 am

    *giggles* Your search terms always crack me up. And yeah, “love tablets” sounds terrible!

  5. December 3, 2009 9:30 am

    I love seeing odd search terms because I never seem to get any.

  6. December 3, 2009 9:54 am

    I love your search terms. I am sorry to hear you don’t bok, however!

  7. December 3, 2009 8:14 pm

    Interesting search terms you got there. Sorry about the really direct question on inappropriateness on the 12th book in the wheel of time series?, I just really wish that you would tell what age group books are in. For example if I tell one of my younger relatives about this site and they find this book that looks interesting and read it but its really gory and I end up being traced as the source of all trouble. (you write really good book reviews)Thanks!!!

    • December 7, 2009 8:43 am

      fyrebyrd – I try to make it a point NOT to comment on the appropriateness of books, since what I think is appropriate for a certain age group is not going to be what other people think is appropriate, and I think that’s one of those things that if parents are concerned about, they need to monitor for themselves.

  8. December 4, 2009 9:31 am

    Great Post! This is a fantastic how you write out the search terms. I laughed and you have caused me to take a look at some of mine.

    :)

  9. December 5, 2009 7:23 am

    Wonder if the “threatened by Capricorn” searcher meant Inkheart? Great search terms last month!

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