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TSS: April Wrap-Up: Commenters and Search Terms

May 2, 2010
The Sunday Salon.comHappy Sunday, all! Many thanks to this April’s commenters, especially everyone who stopped by during the readathon!
– Alita from Alita.Reads
– Alyce from At Home With Books
– Amber from Amber Stults
– Amy from Amy Reads
– Ann-Kat from Today, I Read…
– Anna from Diary of an Eccentric
– B from Bookworm Becky’s Bodacious Blog
– Becky from Becky’s Book Reviews
– Beth from The Crazy Life of a Bookaholic Mom
– Beth F from Beth Fish Reads
– Bobbie from Til We Read Again
– Bookjourney from One Person’s Journey Through a World of Books
Bride of the Book God
– bybee from Naked Without Books!
– Cam from Epibloguer
– Care from Care’s Online Book Club
– Cathy from The Frappy Report
– CB James from Ready When you Are, CB
– Charlotte from Charlotte’s Library
– Cheryl from The Books I Read
– Christina from Reading Through the Night
– Christy from A Good Stopping Point
– Darla D from Books and Other Thoughts
– Darren from Bart’s Bookshelf
– Debbie from ReaderBuzz
– Dreamybee from Subliminal Intervention
– Emily from Emily’s Reading Room
– Eva from A Striped Armchair
– Florinda from The 3 R’s Blog
– Gavin from Page247
– Green Fairy from GreenFairyLV
– Janel from Bibliophibian
– Jen from Devourer of Books
– Jenny from Dreaming of Books
– Jenny from Jenny’s Books
– Joanne from Book Zombie
– Kailana from The Written World
– Karen from The Oliva Readers
– Kathleen from Mommy’s Reading
– Kathy from Bermudaonion’s Weblog
– Kay from My Random Acts of Reading
– Kay from The Infinite Shelf
– Kay from Kay’s Bookshelf
– Kihana from Cultural Oddity
– Kiki from Kiki’s Bookcation
– Kim from Kim Loves To Read
– Kristen from Bookworming in the 21st Century
– Kristi from Books and Needlepoint
– Lahni from Nose in a Book
– Lenore from Presenting Lenore
– Lexi from The Amazing Adulthood of Alexis
– Lightheaded from Everyday Reads
– Lindsey from Sparks’ Notes
– Lizzie from A Work in Progress
– Lorin from Arch Thinking
– Lu from Regular Rumination
– Maggi from Mama Librarian
– Manda from Draw a Blank
– Margot from Joyfully Retired
– Melissa from One Librarian’s Book Reviews
– Melissa from Shhh I’m Reading
– Melissa from MELIScellaneous
– Memory from Stella Matutina
– Missie from The Unread Reader
– Nan from Nan’s Corner of the Web
– Nancy from Bookfoolery and Babble
– Natalie from This Purple Crayon
– Natasha from Maw Books Blog
– Nicole from Linus’s Blanket
– Nymeth from Things Mean a Lot
– rhapsodyinbooks from RhapsodyinBooks’s Weblog
– Shelley from ChainReading
– Shelly from Write for a Reader
– softdrink from Fizzy Thoughts
– Stacy from A Novel Source
– Susan from Bloggin’ ’bout Books
– Teresa from Lovely Treez Reads
The Girl From the Ghetto
The Leprechaun Reads
The Literary Omnivore
– Trisha from Eclectic / Eccentric
– Valerie from Life is a Patchwork Quilt
– Vicki from Reading at the Beach
– Vivienne from Serendipity
– Wendy from Caribousmom

Also: Alex, blondierocket, callista83, Chelsea, fyrebbyrdbooks, J.F. Jenkins, LIMA, Melissa E., Michaela G., Mindy, Miranda, Nicole Lanagan, nisaba, Rachel, Spav, stilletostorytime, Teresa, Wendi, Will, winter91

Search Terms

inchoate oenophiles
Hooray, vocabulary! Oenophiles are wine-lovers, and inchoate can either mean “not yet fully developed” or “lacking order.” So, either someone is just learning about the pleasures of a good bottle of Gewurztraminer, or else they’ve already had a few bottles too many.

reviews on your dissertation
I haven’t handed it to my committee yet, but I’ll let you know in a few months. Eep!

pg 54 to 108 a northern light summary
Ugh, I hate searches like this. Do your own homework!

what is the honor gourd
Definitely the pumpkin. The pumpkin’s a totally upright kind of vegetable, not like that sneakthief baby squash.

there’s a firefly in my kidney
I… that’s… ew! And… ow! And… how??

14 Comments leave one →
  1. May 2, 2010 2:45 pm

    Thanks for the link! Also, a firefly where?! what?! That is a crazy search!

  2. May 2, 2010 2:59 pm

    Wow you had a great month in the way of commenters. Sorry I abandoned you! I took a bit of an extended vacation from blogging.

    • May 8, 2010 9:00 am

      Ladytink – Don’t worry about it, seriously. I’ve been absolutely terrible about commenting anywhere for the past two months, and I think I’m going to continue to be bad about it for at least another month until I get my dissertation handed in.

  3. May 2, 2010 3:51 pm

    Oh, the mighty Pumpkin! But that bit about the firefly, sheesh!

  4. May 2, 2010 4:10 pm

    I love the crazy search terms!

  5. May 2, 2010 5:49 pm

    Those are some wacky search terms. I’m glad you defined both inchoate and oenophiles — I had no idea what either of those words meant.

  6. Dave permalink
    May 3, 2010 8:02 pm

    “I haven’t handed it to my committee yet, but I’ll let you know in a few months. Eep!”

    So…..I take it I’m not flying out there in June?

  7. May 4, 2010 2:55 pm

    Oenophiles?? Never would have thought that was a real word (lol)
    I’ve seen inchoate in quite a few books, in my head it always sounds like in-cahoots. Yes I create my own pronunciations while reading :P

    • May 8, 2010 9:01 am

      Joanne – I’ve got no idea how to pronounce oenophile…. Oh-EE-no-phile? OWN-o-phile? Something else entirely?

  8. May 10, 2010 9:27 pm

    Always fun. I have some interesting search terms this week. Happy May!

    • May 12, 2010 10:03 am

      Care – So, are you going to share? Now you’ve got me all curious.

  9. May 12, 2010 9:08 pm

    sure, except now I missed the opportunity! Here are a few odd ones: “what happens in chapter 13 of the book?”, beware of the flying monkies, will mulch stay on a steep hill without.

    (They seem funnier when you first see them, I think.)

    Mostly, I get searches for people looking to read popular books to read online.

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