Leafmarks now has re-read tracking!

Reblogged from Debbie's Spurts:

Re-read dates and other options added (plus no longer required to add a message if updating reading status):


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My New Year's resolution :)


That sounds like a good bookish/reading resolution to have for 2014. I shall be very happy if I get around to 52 books as well! :)

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Eat, drink and read merry!

On Writing

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Sometimes, it's all just :


Reblogged from Starry Reads:

Reblog in case anyone's interested and didn't know about this yet!


The Story Coaster from artist Grant Snider

Reblogged from Books2day:

Grant Snider is the enterprising creator of Incidental Comics and also does posters. This one seemed especially appropriate for BookLikes.


Click on the picture to see more of Grant's works:


Croak, NY (Gina Damico)
Croak, NY (Gina Damico)

Bookish MapsCroak by Gina Damico

{Reblog} [Masterpost] Customizing BookLikes

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Wanted to reblog this since it's mad helpful.


There are quite a few tutorials on how to change the layout of your BookLikes blog. I figured it's good to have them all in one post, and I'd like to thank all who put a lot of work into making them so others can enjoy BookLikes. 


Let's start with the customization blogs posted by BookLikes: 




Tutorials made by BookLikers for BookLikers: 



Note: All links open in a new window and take you to the original posts and their creators. Leave comments, likes and reblog the hell out of them so others can see it too :) 


Rogue - Gina Damico

Oh my, what an ending to a series that sneaked up on me, then grabbed me and didn't let me go until I was finished with the last book. I can't tell how many times I laughed and, especially in the third installment, actually cried with and for its endearing and memorable characters. I guess this story and its bittersweet ending will stay with me for quite some time to come. This is what great entertainment looks like. Very well played, Mrs. Damico!

The Darkest Minds  - Alexandra Bracken Albeit a slightly different genre, I thought that [b:Pivot Point|11988046|Pivot Point (Pivot Point, #1)|Kasie West||16951806] handled mental powers in a much more skillful, logical and fairly well-explained way.Also, I cannot imagine why anybody would possibly think that blue abilities (a.k.a. FREAKING TELEKINESIS) are in any way less dangerous than yellows (electricity control) or reds (fire control), or even harmless.
Rebel Heart - Moira Young I need to re-read this. Saba & Emmi & Nero & JACK ??.. and all the madness in between!
Pivot Point - Kasie West Hmmm... 3.5 Stars? Maybe?
Unteachable - Leah Raeder I really, really liked this. It was and melancholy and sad, sweet and joyous, hot and exciting, and just beautifully and, at times, lyrically written. Maybe I'll think of more to write about it some time soon, but for now just let me say that, much to my surprise, 'twas quite good!
Poison Study  - Maria V. Snyder 3~3.5 Stars
Scorch - Gina Damico [incoherent babble] Those last couple of chapters... oh my god, WHAT IS THIS MADNESS?! Dear Lex, up to now I've been very patient with you, but this time it's definitely your own fault and stupidity that really caused shit to hit the fan!And dear Mrs. Damico, HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO Driggs, my Baby T_____T??!! You better make this right again in the next book, I don't care how, but you just cannot leave a dedicated reader and fangirl hanging like this! Nopenopenope! [/incoherent babble]


Croak (Croak, #1) - Gina Damico Torn between 3 and 4 stars... help! :D