- The 2008 Cybils panelists will be announced over the next couple of weeks, starting tomorrow. Stay tuned! And isn't the new logo pretty?
- Becky from Becky's Book Reviews reminds readers about her Google reading group: Reading with Becky. There are 20 or so members, and the group is currently reading The Count of Monte Cristo.
- Book Blogger Appreciation Week has officially started at My Friend Amy. In the first daily raffle (today) you can win books and chocolate. Comment on this linked post for an extra raffle entry. And in general, stay tuned at My Friend Amy. There's a ton of interesting stuff going on. Amy is encouraging people to highlight, on their own blogs, the blogs that they love that weren't short-listed for awards. I'll say (again), check out my Sunday Visits posts. All of the blogs that I mention deserve to be noticed.
- Terry has another great installment of her Reading Round-Up at The Reading Tub's blog. Of particular note: "Tonight on PBS Judy Woodruff hosts Where We Stand: America’s Schools in the 21st Century. The show airs at 10:00 PM." Reading Today Daily has a link to the trailer.
- Librarina reports that September 19th is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. I can't say that I do a lot to celebrate this day, but I'm glad that it exists. The website is quite fun, too.
- The Readergirlz reported on their MySpace page that Libba Bray has had to postpone being their featured author for October (she was called away to a book tour in Germany and Italy - the author's life is rough sometimes). But they have an amazing replacement in Rachel Cohn. As Readergirlz Diva Lorie Ann Grover said: "The very month her and David Levithan's book Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist launches onto the big screen, she's going to be talking with you each at the group forum. WOOT!"
Hope that everyone has a great week! I'll be back tomorrow with more Cybils news.