Memes & Features

The following is a list of memes and features in which I occasionally participate, listed by category in the order posted.

top ten tuesday

“Top Ten Tuesday” is a meme started by The Broke and the Bookish. Nearly every Tuesday a new list is posted, highlighting a variety of fictional and/or bookish topics.

Top Ten Ships That Broke My Heart (Just a Little)
Top Ten Most Vivid Worlds or Settings in Books
Top Ten Books I Read in 2012
Top Ten Fictional Characters of 2012
Top Ten Books I Recommend the Most
Top Ten Endings That Left Me With My Mouth Hanging Open
Top Ten Words/Topics That Instantly Make Me Pick Up A Book
Top Ten Books When You Need Something Light & Fun

fantastic five friday

“Fantastic Five Friday” is a weekly meme hosted by Anna @ The Weekly Enthusiast. Most Fridays, a new list will be posted about five things related to television and film.

Five Favorite Female Characters
Five Favorite TV Relationships
Five Favorite Holiday Episodes

“Recommend A…” is a meme started by Shanyn at chickloveslit. On Mondays, there is a new theme inspiring many different, awesome book recommendations. It’s a great way to allow those books we love (but sometimes miss) to resurface.

Recommend A… Book Published in 2010
Recommend A… Book You Read This Year
Recommend A… First Book in a Series

The “Inner Senshi Book Club” is an online book club where five book lovers of different backgrounds and tastes across the world take turns at selecting and hosting a book each month. Individually, we are (in alphabetical order): Aimee, Angel, Meghan, Samantha Lin, and Samantha R. Together, we present you a whole range of books, complete with our responses to a rotating list of set questions. A new book is selected on the 15th of each month, and our thoughts are posted roughly four to five weeks later. We hope you can join us in our reading shenanigans! (The book club derives its name from the five soldiers of love and justice from the Japanese manga and anime series, Sailor Moon. We are just as kickass, and if all goes to plan, twice as well-read.) Feel free to join in and read a variety of interesting and diverse books along with us!

Mathilda, Mary Shelley
Looking for Alibrandi, Melina Marchetta
Flowers From the Storm, Laura Kinsale


“Those Pretty Animated Boys”, a list of… exactly what it sounds like.


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