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11 Things This Week

11 things this week

Here’s a look at some interesting things I read/ saw / thought / did this week.

Bookish

The Man Booker International Prize 2017 shortlist and Finalists for 2017’s Best Translated Book Award have been announced. These are excellent resources for books by authors from different parts of the globe.

20 Books for the New Fantasy Reader has some of my favorites as well as many new-to-me #soontobeonmyreadinglist

✲ Love this idea of sharing A Book for Every Decade of Living.

✲ Didya know about these 13 Ways to Support an Author Without Spending a Dime?

✲ If you like to read the latest and the greatest – check out the Best Books of Summer 2017.

✲ A good explanation of the budget proposal that calls for the complete elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services can be found at Rise Up and Read.

Blogging

✲ I love reading useful tips like How to write kick-ass content for your blog.

✲ It’s nice to get recommendations for bloggers that other people love – like Book Blogs You Need To Follow.

✲ Check out these 12 Best Facebook Groups for Bloggers to Increase Traffic by Guest Blogger Sharing Life’s Moments.

✲ I also love it when bloggers share some of their secrets like How I Doubled My Pageviews in 6 Months.

Life

✲ We’re closing on a house next week Thursday (fingers crossed) and I’ve been reading a ton of tips like Trusted Spring Tips and DIYs to Carry You Into Summer and The Best Way to Clean Hardwood Floors.


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One comment

  1. Wow, what a great list! It’s taken me most of the week to finally get through it and check out the links. Some really great book lists here – I sent my son the link for 20 best fantasy novels, and he added to his TBR list! And I bookmarked some of the blogging stuff for later reference.

    I don’t know how you find the time to curate such great lists of content, but I appreciate it!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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