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Book Boosters

Book Booster

Do you love books?

Do you have favorites you read, recommend, and even re-read?

Are you a frequent flyer at the local library?

Are you an on-line regular of book sites, be they promoting to buy, review, or boast books?

Perchance you operate on a need to read basis–you have to have a book in hand, by the bed, stashed in the car, or have one nestled in the backpack.

You then, my friend, are a Book Booster. And you are in good company. Add your name to the list and welcome to the shelf of those who appreciate and advance the cause of books.

Join the continuing ranks of Book Boosters:

71. http://www.kristaprice.com

70. http://johnguillen.wordpress.com/

69. http://tishfarrell.wordpress.com/

68. http://jamesradcliffe.com/

67. http://awriterslifeformeblog.wordpress.com/

66. http://jodiellewellyn.wordpress.com/

65. http://300stories.wordpress.com/

64. http://jackewilson.com/

63. http://damyantiwrites.wordpress.com/

62. http://writersideup.com/

61. http://thepaperbprincess.wordpress.com/

60. http://radicalhope.wordpress.com/

59. http://thebookmusings.com/

58. http://wiltedleafblog.wordpress.com/

57. http://thereviewsister.wordpress.com/

56. http://joanngrasso.wordpress.com/

55. http://plottingbunnies.wordpress.com/

54.http://pambustin.com/

53. http://lostandfoundbooks.wordpress.com/

52.http://lazycoffees.wordpress.com/

51.http://thousandmonkeys.wordpress.com/

50. http://thehouseilivein.me/

49. http://slawriter89.wordpress.com/

48. http://inatwitter.wordpress.com/

47. http://lifelibertyandthepursuitofacademia.wordpress.com/

46. http://arlenshah.wordpress.com/

45. http://redpeffer.me/

44. http://merlinspielen.com/

43. http://valerierlawson.wordpress.com/

42. http://the-room-mom.com/

41. http://gongjumonica.wordpress.com/

40. http://thewritecaravan.wordpress.com/

39. http://bookmust.wordpress.com/

38. http://opinionatedandcuriouskins.wordpress.com/37. http://theoldbookjunkie.com/

37. http://beckysblogs.wordpress.com/

36. http://bookpolygamist.wordpress.com/

35. http://aliciadevoursbooks.wordpress.com/

34. http://readinginterrupted.com/

33. http://bundleofbooks.org/

32. http://bitsnbooks.wordpress.com/

31. http://justonemonkeytyping.wordpress.com/

30. http://alwayscouponing.wordpress.com/about/ (Book Nerd)

29. www.BookWrites.wordpress.com

28. www.eatsleeptelevision.wordpress.com (adambellotto)

27. www.homeschoolhappymess.com

26. www.carolinareti.wordpress.com

25. www.opinionatedmama.wordpress.com

24. www.jessileapringle.wordpress.com

23. www.wcs53.wordpress.com

22. www.spookymrsgreen.wordpress.com

21. www.cecileswriters.wordpress.com (Samir)

20. www.HannahBurke.wordpress.com

19. www.thecoevas.wordpress.com

18. www.Jayati.wordpress.com

17. www.collecthemomentsonebyone.wordpress.com

16. http://scriptorwrites.wordpress.com (scriptor obscura)

15. http://jinnyus.wordpress.com/

14. http://1000novelsandme.wordpress.com/

13. http://literarytiger.wordpress.com/

12. http://chicandpetite.wordpress.com/ (Bella)

11. http://booksandbowelmovements.com/ (Cassie)

10. http://bookrave.wordpress.com/

9. http://fromagoraphobiatozen.wordpress.com/ (Marilyn Mendoza)

8.http://bibliophiliacs.wordpress.com/

7. http://thoughtsonmybookshelf.wordpress.com/

6. http://shelovesreading.wordpress.com/

5. http://ajjenner.com/

4. http://artsandyouthlove.wordpress.com/

3. http://readingreviewingrambling.wordpress.com/

2. http://365amazingbooks.wordpress.com/

1. http://cricketmusings.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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80 thoughts on “Book Boosters

  1. Is there a way you could link pages with the blogger’s name? Because I would love to see the other people’s pages, but I don’t know how to search for bloggers on wordpress without following them (I know, technologically inept).

    • I will work on this–it’s a great idea. I tried hyperlinking but it’s not working. I will try another method. I’m working on sending everyone who has signed up a virtual Book Booster pin.
      Happy Pages,
      CricketMuse

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  3. Me, Me, Me!! I love books. I’m glad I stumbled over your blog. πŸ™‚

  4. I would love to be added!
    Thanks for asking :]

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  6. I’d love to be on your list – and I’m definitely going to check out the other book loving blogs!

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  8. I love this idea! And I’d love to be added to the list πŸ™‚

  9. id love to join too πŸ™‚

  10. AJJenner on said:

    hey, great blog. I’d like to join too πŸ™‚

  11. The Young Novelist on said:

    I’d love to be on your list. The site is http://365amazingbooks.wordpress.com/
    I’m not starting until May 1st, though.

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  13. You commented on my page. I’d love to boost books, if you’d like to have me, you know my page right?
    http://readingreviewingrambling.wordpress.com/

  14. The Young Novelist on said:

    You don’t have to, but could you please add my blog 365 Amazing Books (http://365amazingbooks.wordpress.com/) to the Book Boosters list? πŸ™‚ Thank you!

  15. Thanks for the list! I always want to find great book blogs, esp WordPress bec of my silly computer’s techie ideosyncracies.(It seems allergic to blogger. Sadly.) If anyone wants to check out mine, please do. I’ll be checking out others. πŸ™‚

    • I added you to the list, but if you don’t want to be listed with all the other really cool book lovers of the world let me know. πŸ™‚
      Blue Skies,
      CricketMuse

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  18. What a great idea for a page! I would love to be added and I will enjoy discovering other wonderful book-crazy people πŸ™‚

  19. This is such a great idea! I would love to be added, if you don’t mind that is πŸ™‚

  20. aliciacooksnbooks on said:

    I would love to be a part of your Book Boosters!

  21. I’d love to join, thanks so much for asking πŸ™‚ What a lovely idea!

  22. What a great idea! By your description, I am definitely a Book Booster!

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  24. I would love to join! What a fantastic idea! Thanks for asking!

  25. Helloooo, just thought I would let you know that my blog name has changed from amandajenner.wordpress.com to http://ajjenner.com/

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  28. I would love to be added (http://the-room-mom.com/). Although, I post about all kid related topics– not just great juvenile lit!

  29. μ΅œλ‹€ν•΄ gongjumonica on said:

    Add me up here! I’m definitely a book booster πŸ™‚

  30. I’m a book booster, and I didn’t know it! I’d like to be added “thewritecaravan.wordpress.com”

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  32. where are my manners, I should have said thank you for the add ages ago. I am in some great company here.

  33. Definitely love to be a book booster! Thanks for inviting me over, please add me in to your wonderful list http://www.redpeffer.me

  34. Hey Cricket – what a great idea! And what a great looking list. Can’t wait to explore all these book boosters.

    I’m definitely a book booster – read a lot, write a lot, spend mucho time on the ABEbooks forums and GoodReads and seeking out blogs about books.

    Just getting my blog underway. I haven’t really been posting reviews… not yet…
    Perhaps I will be inspired by you and the other Boosters.

    I’m over at http://pambustin.com

    Thanks for the invite!

    go easy -p

  35. Hello Cricketmuse, Thanks for your message on my blog. Yes, I am a natural-born book booster! I would love to be added to this wonderful list, and I will be sure to check them all out! Cheers! lostandfoundbooks.wordpress.com

  36. Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your book booster description sounds like me so yes, I’d love to be added to your list. If that description covers everyone else on there too, what a lot of fun I’m going to have working my way through them all – thanks for putting this together.

  37. Thanks for the invitation to join Book Booosters, I look forward to some exploring. I should say that I describe myself as a reader/talker. Anything I write is simply me talking on paper (keyboard/screen?) without thepolish of a proper writer.

  38. I would love to be added to your Book Booster list!

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  40. It’s always nice to find your people… Like when you’re reading in public, and you look up and make eye contact with someone else who has a book in their hands! And then you both go back to reading, because how else will you know what happens next?

    Avid bibliophile at http://caitlinsternwrites.wordpress.com/

  41. I would love to be added to your list. I focus on children’s books – we were all young once. http://100bookseverychildshouldreadbeforegrowingup.com

  42. Sounds like me! I just went to the library today and came out loaded, haha. I’d love to be added to the list with fellow booklovers. I’m going to have a blast checking out all those blogs πŸ™‚ Thanks for the effort!

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  44. Thanks for the add! I will definitely browse some of these blogs, soon!

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  46. I’d like to be added πŸ™‚

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