Cannonball Read IV

A bunch of Pajibans reading and reviewing and honoring AlabamaPink.

Tag, you’re it!

Right now we’re tagging the posts with Pajibanames and other terms you Cannonballers determine. I propose that we also start tagging our posts with the author’s name. Then I could create a page on the blog for certain authors who appear frequently.

What do you think? What format should the tag be? (It can be two words.) Post your comment below.

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10 thoughts on “Tag, you’re it!

  1. I already tag my posts with the book title and author name, as that was what I got used to last year.

  2. sevenstories on said:


  3. rdoak03 on said:

    I’m good with two words for the author’s name.

  4. tamatha on said:

    I absolutely think we should tag by book author name. AND book title. That way you can see if a book’s been reviewed by several Cannonballers and what they thought of it.

  5. thefatling on said:

    I already tag with author’s name, but I like Tamantha’s idea to tag with book title as well.

  6. I also have already tagged with author’s name (as 2 words) and the title. I also tag with the narrator/voice actor’s name since I will be doing mostly audiobooks and that can make or break a book too.

  7. tagging with the author’s name sounds good to me since i already did it. i can go back and add the book names too if that’s the overwhelming consensus.

    as an added request, since registration is now closed, would it be possible to get a page with a list of participants and links to their blogs?

  8. rahael – It’s not an added request at all, it’s on my ‘to-do’ list. Look for it soon!

    all – two words for author name works for me. title is good too, but that might not work entirely if people don’t use the exact title… Couldn’t hurt though.

  9. You can also check what’s been posted on Pajiba in the Book Review archive:

  10. i have another additional request (haha!)….. could you add a widget on the side for recent comments on entries? with the volume of reviews going up, it’s hard to keep track of whether any of them have conversations occurring on them.

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