Carnival of Literature

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Welcome to the Carnival of Literature hosted with an idea to celebrate literature and bring together some of the best posts on books, reading and literary skills to you. The following are the posts selected for this month’s edition.

Swapnil Warang presents switch2life: Book Review: “Midnight’s Children” posted at switch2life saying “‘Midnight’s Children’ covers various topics from the Indian independence, partition, Pakistan’s militarization, birth of Bangladesh, to emergency period in India”.

TMazz presents Making Music Social: A Look at TheSixtyOne.com | Faux Boheme posted at Faux Boheme, saying, “A look at how TheSixtyOne.com uses social networking in an old way to do new things.”

Buckman presents THE DORABELLA MOVEMENT posted at Gomerville.

Morgan Schwartz presents My Snowman wants a Kindle posted at Omaha.net – Local Writing from the Heartland.

Shaun Duke presents The End of Good Writing: The Damage of Twilight, Harry Potter, and Their Friends posted at The World in the Satin Bag.

Richard Shelmerdine presents How To Reach Enlightenment posted at Richard Shelmerdine.

Andy Hayes presents Book Review – Imagine: A Vagabond story | Sharing Travel Experiences: Travel More | Travel Concierge Services, Experiences, Recommendations, and Inspirational Stories posted at Sharing Travel Experiences, saying, “Grant Lingel’s book, Imagine: A Vagabond Story, isn’t for everybody. But it’s real and authentic, which is more than you can say for some travelogues.”

Gracie Turner presents 100 Great Gift Ideas for the Book Lover in Your Life posted at Online Courses.org.

Gracie Turner presents 50 Excellent, Scholarly Literary Criticism Blogs posted at Online Courses.org.

Albie presents How you can be a modern hero in your own life? posted at iDevelopWorld saying “The modern hero, the modern individual who dares to heed the call and seek the mansion of that presence with whom it is our whole destiny to be atoned”

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