Click My Link: February 27, 2013

Links are back!  I'll let you decide if it's "with a vengeance"...

This is your brain on books: 10 things that happen to our minds when we read.

Are you voracious reader? If so, here are 100 essential sites just for you!

The next E.L. James will be a few shades less racy.

Apocalypse Wow: In These Teen Books, the End Comes First

10 of the most divisive authors in recent history. (According to Flavorwire. Do you agree or disagree with the list?)

10 sexiest books of all time. (The usual suspects. I think people need to update their go to lists...)

Discovery 101 (featuring Heather McCormack).

The Audie Award nominees are out! I like how they have a category for Fantasy and also one for SF.

Just for Fun:

Trailer for In the Flesh, a new BBC zombie series. (I hope, for the sake of the zombie lovers, it hits the states soon.)  

Another "50 years of Bond" tribute video:


The Book Maven said…
Regarding your divisive authors I agree?

I might have chosen the term "controversial" authors--although then we might have to include people like James Frey or Forrest Cater--as opposed to divisive. And I also think this article has a strong "literary" as opposed to "genre" bent--for example, I would perhaps say that J.K. Rowling has been a divisive author (at least with her output, if not her personal/political stances), but as much as I love Harry Potter, it just doesn't seem to fit in with an article that addresses the likes of Salman Rushdie and Ayn Rand.

Anyway. I suppose I do agree, with some reservations. Thanks for the link!
Robin Bradford said…
Thank YOU for stopping by! :)

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