Can the adjective ‘prolific’ be applied to reading? If so, Michele of Scholar’s Blog (link above) deserves the description. She usually reviews what these days are called "young adult" books, but her current challenge/meme [not award] is to provide a list of five "non kids lit blogs that I read". Not hard to do in my case: I will highlight some here that I didn’t in my last doomed meme [award] post, for variety:
Light Reading, in which Jenny D in a series of fearless and intensely personal posts dashes through books, academia, literary articles in newspapers, life and running at the speed of…..yes, light.
Books, Inq, the Instapundit of the book world, in which Frank Wilson keeps us up to date with everything you need to know about what is happening in the literary scene, with added insights.
Books, Words, and Writing: Amy provides a daily post on a literary or book-related website or blog. One up for the Canadians.
Random Jottings…, in which Elaine (aka Renaissance Woman) shares with us her reviews of books, music, literary adaptations, china, commuting and other aspects of daily life in south-east England — but more often than not, book-related.
A book a week, in which Becky reviews a wide range of books — old favourites, new finds, fiction (mainly), nonfiction— check it out. Interesting debate is available via the comments.