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Monday, October 15, 2012

Book Chat: Spines

Welcome to Book Chat. =) This month we're focusing on the oft-ignored book spine. And yes, I do want to kick myself, because I DID forget quite a few good ones. May make a response to my own video... I'd love to see your favorites, so if you make a Book Chat video, link it up as a video response (if you have a youtube) and on the linky below!

I don't generally do this 'cause it takes up a lot of room, and I don't know how much you guys like seeing these little boxy things, BUT I came across a lot of good deals when I was putting this together, AND they are all very pretty, so I thought I'd widget you to death. 
You're welcome.

And Burn Bright, which unfortunately isn't available in the US (yet).


  1. I made a video on my YouTube channel and a post on my blog. You had some great picks!

    Here's the link to my post Laura's Adventures in Bookland


  2. I love so many of these spines! And I have so many of these books! But my favorite one is Shine by Lauren Myracle, I think.

  3. Love the video, Mysty. :)

    Here is my blog response:


    - Beckie

  4. I love this topic! It's the first time I've seen a discussion for spines :)

    I don't know if it's just me, but I haven't been able to view the links in the linky for both this post and your October TBR post. It just says "4 entries so far!" but doesn't show them. Anyways, I did a blog so you can see it here:


    Thanks! I love your choices. I have not seen a lot of those.

  5. Belated comment, I know, but I just picked up Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls last night and am in love with the spine! It made me think of this post and I had to come tell you of its awesomeness. =)

  6. Hmm, not sure why that is, Erika. I'll look into it.


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