It happens. Blogs burn out. Mine hasn't--I assure you that before I stop this thing, I'll move to a once or twice a week schedule. Currently I have enough to yabber about that I can post daily.
But other bloggers move on. One blog I followed moved on to Twitter. Another stopped to write a book. But where does that leave me and my iGoogle page (where the blogs I follow show up)?
So I've gone back to the well to find some interesting book blogs that I previously was not consulting regularly.
Here's what's been added to my home page:
The Green Apple Core, from the Green Apple bookstore in San Francisco. Recent posts on the San Francisco Borders closing, the release of Freedom, and locating a copy of The Elegance of the Hedgehog when a customer told them it had an animal in the title.
Between the Covers, from Denver's Tattered Cover has a post on the new feature in Poets and Writers' September-October issue. I feel like last season's Miss America passing on her tiara.
The New York Times Book Review's Paper Cuts. A recent post is on the new edition of The Chicago Manual of Style.