Hello to all of you Weekly Geeks folks!
The idea of Weekly Geeks was concocted by Dewey over at The Hidden Side of a Leaf. The premise is that a new topic will be posted every Saturday and those participating will discuss the topic given, or do the suggestion for the week. It’s a great idea to get fresh and interesting ideas onto our blogs that, let’s face it, can get stale from time to time. I know that my blog can be rather boring and I find I’m always in need of new ideas. So, I thought why not join the meme?
This week, what a great idea for the first Weekly Geeks by the way, was to find five new sites, post a comment (who doesn’t love comments on their blog?), and then write about the sites you’ve visited. I just finished popping in to all the bloggers participate in Weekly Geeks, and there were a lot of sites I haven’t visited yet. But there were five that really caught my interest, and these are the five I’m going to talk about and leave a comment on their sites when I’m done this post.
- things mean a lot by Nymeth. I was struck immediately upon arrival on this page by the images of fairies and what seems to be a fascination with mythology (please correct me if I’m wrong). The posts drew me right into the review she was writing and that can be difficult to do. I’ll be sure to visit again!
- SomeReads by Somer. The simple design on this blog was invigorating and I couldn’t help but read the first post, a review of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust, this is a book I haven’t picked up yet but would like to, especially after reading the Mr. Punch graphic novel he wrote.
- Bold. Blue. Adventure. by Kim L. I actually don’t think this is my first visit to this site, I think I stumbled across it via another blog earlier this week. This time around I took a little more looking at blog and think I would enjoy regular visits to the site. I’m looking forward to future reviews by Kim L.
- The Armenian Odar Reads is written by a Dutch woman living in Armenia. It didn’t take me long to select this blog as a favorite, all it took was the tag line on her blog “I am a bookeater”. Then I read her review of the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency and new this would be a great place to revisit. I also loved the book and have read three books in the series already.
- Books, Memes, and Musings by BookGal. The point of interest on this site was that BookGal would comment on the “Strengths of” and “Weaknesses of” each book she reviewed. So, if you don’t want to read a synopsis of the book you can jump right into the good and bad of it.
I’m really excited to have found these new blogs and each of them will be added to my blogroll. This first Weekly Geeks was great and I’m looking forward to what is in store for us next week. It’ll be great to have more visitors here and I look forward to meeting new bloggers.
Well, it’s off to leave these bloggers a comment, let them know that I enjoy their blog!