The It’s Monday, What Are You Reading post is directly below this one.
*grabs coffee cup and slugs a big drink*
Coming in a little later than expected today. I had a really full and fun weekend, a 36 mile bike ride, Saturday evening with my aunt and uncle for dinner and then coffee at our house and then Sunday we were busy out to dinner and met with a group of friends and then home, and after watching Amazing Race…. I did not get the links prepped to this post as I had hoped to last night. 😯
AND – you are not going to want to miss out on these links…. this first one is the one that has your clue to the ongoing Banned Books week BIG giveaway:
The awesome Steve of True Media Solutions LLC brings to you Light in August by William Faulkner (and your 4th clue!)
for additional (BONUS) entries as well as some wonderful posts that are banned books related, I would love it if you would stop by and see:
Crystal from I Totally Paused brings her thoughts in with Banned Books – What on EARTH? and A GIVEAWAY!!!
Erin at Quixotic Magpie delights us with her review of The Witches by Roald Dahl
Danielle at Mercurial Musings shares her musings on Why Celebrate Banned Books?
Kim from Mild Mannered Librarian shares banned Childrens books and how they show “disrespect of authority”
Gina from Book Dragon’s Lair tackles 10,000 Dresses and how it does not reflect community values
Joy from Joystory shares her thoughts on The Lovely Bones, a banned book
Brenda from Simple Pleasures Books Blog talks about Why The Caged Bird Sings
again I hope you can stop by to the wonderful Banned Book Week participants and see what they have to say about banned books. 😀
Oh and if you are wondering, what is going on with Sheila and chatting up banned books and what is she talking about when she mentions a clue? Here is the info you need. 😀
2 thoughts on “Morning Meanderings… *Rushing To The Laptop*”
When I see some of the books that are banned, I just shake my head. Then I have to check and see what the world they were banned for. Most times than not it’s for something ridiculous.
True Vicki – or something that may be one persons preference not to read – but certainly should not be taken away from all. Time and again I hear how one of these books has saved a life…