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Welcome to The Once Lost Wanderer. The name is derived from two poems: Amazing Grace by reformed slave trader John Newton, and All That is Gold Does Not Glitter by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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This is the spot to leave a link to your blog. Please post a comment with a link to your blog.

Once I had a blogroll on the homepage, but well...it's a long story. Mostly, I'm just a bit fussy about my blog, particularly the homepage. There were broken links, there were people I needed to add, etc. It just wasn't tidy.

So, this is the one messy page I'll allow. Go ahead and write on the walls if you want. In fact, that's what I'm asking you to do.

PLEASE comment, with a link to your bookish blog. A description would be nice too. Tell us about your blog, about you, long or short, it's up to you.

Is your blog bookish enough to be listed here? Also up to you. 

And then please, use this page to expand your universe.

Cheers

The Wanderer

9 comments:

  1. Yeah, blog maintenance can be such a pain sometimes. I hear ya. Anyway, my book blog is The Edge of the Precipice, where I post book reviews, host read-alongs and giveaways, and throw an annual Tolkien party in September.

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  3. Thanks for the opportunity to link--I love to chat about books, and enjoy classics, historical fiction, memoirs and literary bios, and I dabble in lots of genres. My blog is Reading, Writing, Working, Playing, and the url is http://janegs.blogspot.com/ as I am known as JaneGS. Twitter is @janetgs

    Happy New Year and may 2016 be filled with great books and the time to read them!

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  4. I actually still haven't gotten around to adding a blogroll, so I'm definitely with you on the blog maintenance pains.

    http://www.looselogic.com

    Happy New Year!

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  5. I read just about everything, but strive to read books that will be the most memorable in the long run, meaning classics, general fiction with an emotional pull, etc. I read primarily adult, but will throw in the occasional YA if it sounds like a book that may end up withstanding the test of time.
    -Smart Dames Clever Books

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  6. What a great idea! I'm more than happy to write on the walls! I read classics, just plain old fiction, sometimes YA and lots of short stories.

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  7. Oh, I meant to do this and started to, got distracted, and forgot to come back. Then I didn't remember if I finished it or not. So here is my blog address: Great Book Study @ http://greatbookstudy.blogspot.com .

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  8. Thank you for leaving a space for links on your blog! My blog is : http://birdbooksandcoffee.blogspot.com/ . I cover a little bit of everything. Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Fantasy, Women's Fiction, and Classics are my usual genre-haunts.

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  9. Here is the link to my "bookish blog" -- The Violent Bear It Away --
    http://theabbessofandalusia.blogspot.com/

    I appreciate the opportunity to provide my address.

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