TSS: Bloggers, Bloggers Everywhere

In my first two years of blogging, I only had two opportunities to meet other bloggers. There are so many bloggers that I talk to on a regular basis that I’ve never met in real life, but this week I’m changing that!

I started off the weekend by meeting the fabulous Michelle from Michelle’s Masterful Musings who is in town for the weekend. We met at my favorite bookstore, The Bookstore in Glen Ellyn (I’m not sure that book bloggers are capable of meeting somewhere that doesn’t revolve around books). My favorite booksellers Margie and Sue were nice enough to come in on their day off to help us pick out some books and go to lunch with us.

And, of course, this coming week is BEA! Lots of bloggers are already in New York, but I’m not leaving until Tuesday night – hard to leave a cutie like Daniel for too long! I’m really looking forward to my time away in New York, though. I’ve done a lot of prep work to figure out what sort of stuff I want to be doing while I’m there, and I actually posted some of the ideas for any of you whose schedules aren’t finalized. I have posts about the panels and BEA events, author signings, and outside events that book bloggers are excited about.

Last Sunday I was sort of stressing out about how many books I was trying to get finished before I leave for BEA. Amazingly, I actually finished everything on my schedule already and think I’ll finish 1 or 2 more before I leave (I’m already halfway through one).

Here’s what I finished last week, but before you freak out, remember that I didn’t read all of “Wolf Hall” last week, I only finished the last section.

All five of these are scheduled for review in the next two weeks, so keep a look out.

Speaking of reviews, here’s what I reviewed last week:

Oh, and Beth Hoffman, author of “Saving CeeCee Honeycutt” wrote a guest post about friendship, that has a giveaway attached, if you missed it!

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10 comments to TSS: Bloggers, Bloggers Everywhere

  • I’ve been putting off working on my schedule for BEA (I leave tuesday a.m.), so thank you so much for posting your suggestions! There were a couple of things on there that I wasn’t aware of. Just finished CeeCee myself for a Tuesday review, I really liked it. See you next week!

  • Those are many books to finish in one week, even if you only read the last part of Wolf Hall.

    I hope you have a great stay in New York (I seem to include this in almost any comment I leave today, but I still mean it)!

  • What a fun week! I enjoyed Wolf Hall. I still have 31 Bond Street, Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt and The Confessions of Catherine De Medici to read. I wish I was attending BEA and NCC, I will be missing so much! My TSS: http://www.rundpinne.com/2010/05/sunday-salon-23-may.html

  • Wow…that is a lot to read in one week…I am a really fast reader but I just do not enjoy reading more than one book at a time…I can’t even listen to a different book…it so does not work for me. Have a great time in NYC!!!

  • I am so impressed that you finished WH. I really need to follow in your footsteps and finish it. Have fun at BEA!

  • You are going to have so much fun! I’ll be there with you in spirit…

  • I’ve actually met bloggers in a restaurant before! LOL I sure do hope I get to meet you in New York!!

  • These BEA links were SO helpful, thank you! I’ve now made a little schedule for myself. Hope to meet you there!

  • So what you’re saying is you cheated on Wolf Hall then? 😉

    Actually I am always in awe of what you read in one week. It’s more than I read in a month usually.

  • Amy

    Congrats on getting all that reading done! I knew you could do it 😉

    AND, can’t wait to MEET YOU!!! (Obviously at a book event, because really, there does have to be books involved for it to be an epic time with us book bloggers, heh.)