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TSS: June 2010 Wrap-Up: Commentors and Search Terms

July 4, 2010

The Sunday Salon.comHappy Sunday! So, some stuff happened this week. Nothing much, y’know, no biggie, but I’m now officially Dr. Fyrefly. :) I’ve spent the weekend working on book reviews, reading (I tore through John Green & David Levithan’s Will Grayson, Will Grayson yesterday, and it was all kinds of wonderful), and generally decompressing. It’s been lovely!

If you missed Friday’s post, head over there to check out my post-Ph.D. giveaway!

Commentors

Many thanks to this past month’s commentors! It’s been so wonderful knowing that there are people out there cheering for me!

– Ali from Worducopia
– Alyce from At Home With Books
– Amanda from Life and Times of a New New Yorker
– Amber from Amber Stults
– Amy from My Friend Amy
– April from Good Books & Wine
– Care from Care’s Online Book Club
– CB James from Ready When you Are, CB
– Christine Doa from Okay…..So….
– Clare from Blue Archipelago Reviews
– Darren from Bart’s Bookshelf
– Dawn from She Is Too Fond of Books
– Esme from Chocolate & Croissants
– Gavin from Page247
– Jen from Devourer of Books
– Jenny from Jenny’s Books
– Jessica from The Bluestocking Society
– Joanna from It’s All About Me (Time
– Kathy from Bermudaonion’s Weblog
– Kay from My Random Acts of Reading
– Kay from The Infinite Shelf
– Kim from Sophisticated Dorkiness
– Ladytink_534 from The Movieholic & Bibliophile’s Blog
– Lenore from Presenting Lenore
– Lightheaded from Everyday Reads
– Lisa from The Little Reader
– Lu from Regular Rumination
– Luanne from A Bookworm’s World
– Marta from Spoilers and Nuts
– Meghan from Medieval Bookworm
– Melissa from The Betty and Boo Chronicles
– Memory from Stella Matutina
– Michele from A Reader’s Respite
– Michelle from Michelle’s Masterful Musings
– Nancy from Bookfoolery and Babble
– Nicole from Linus’s Blanket
– Nikki-ann from Notes of Life
– Nymeth from Things Mean a Lot
– rhapsodyinbooks from RhapsodyinBooks’s Weblog
– Shonda from Me, My Book, and the Couch
– softdrink from Fizzy Thoughts
– Stephanie from Stephanie’s Written Word
– Stephanie from Reviewsbylola’s Blog
The Literary Omnivore
– toothy from Toothy Books
– Trisha from Eclectic / Eccentric
– Vivienne from Serendipity
– Wendy from Caribousmom

Search Terms

what else to read if i like libba bray
Depends on which Libba Bray book(s) you liked, since I think the Great and Terrible Beauty books are so very different from Going Bovine. If you like the historical fantasy books, I’d try The Fire Rose by Mercedes Lackey or some of Patricia C. Wrede’s books. If you liked Going Bovine, I’d say anything by John Green or The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks.

lemon cake tastes like
Monkeys! Also, probably lemons.

firefly reading light chinese story
Well, I read Under Heaven, which is based on Chinese history, but at 580 pages I wouldn’t exactly call it “light.”

poems about tomatoes
Let’s see what I can do:

There was a tomato from York
made into sauce you can’t eat with a fork.
It said: “I don’t want to be ketchup;
’cause the thought makes me retch up,
that people might eat me with pork.”

Okay, that was terrible. This is clearly why I work in the sciences.

10 Comments leave one →
  1. July 4, 2010 11:54 am

    I love your poem! Congratulations, Dr. Fyrefly! I still haven’t read anything by John Green or David Levithan but I hope to one day. Here is my mailbox this week. Happy reading!

  2. July 4, 2010 12:40 pm

    I love reading search terms–some of them are so funny!

  3. July 4, 2010 1:23 pm

    Lemon cake tastes like…

    that’s a classic!!!

  4. July 4, 2010 6:45 pm

    Oh, I’ve never had lemon cake that tastes like monkeys! But I keep trying: every time I go to Starbucks I get the RIDICULOUSLY OVERPRICED lemon pound cake, just to see if it will taste like monkeys…

    • July 6, 2010 9:56 am

      rhapsody – See, that just doesn’t seem right, that they can charge that much for non-monkeyified lemon cake.

  5. July 5, 2010 7:41 am

    Congratulations Doc!! Must feel good to be finished. Search terms are such fun – your tomato poem is pretty good!

  6. July 5, 2010 12:12 pm

    Congratulations! I’m glad to hear it’s finally over and I think your Tomato limerick is wonderful:)

  7. July 5, 2010 2:21 pm

    lol, this entire post cracks me up.

    congratulations to you, doc!

  8. July 6, 2010 6:57 pm

    LMAO Your poem was hysterical.

  9. July 18, 2010 8:11 pm

    Congratulations, Dr. Fyrefly!

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