Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did last week.
ONE+ The 2019 Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction Longlist has been announced. Have you read any of the titles?
TWO+ The Giller Prize shortlist is also out … notice that Washington Black, Esi Edugyen is on both lists.
THREE+ The best ode to being in a book club that I’ve come across – The Beauty of Not Skipping Chapters.
FOUR+ I love seeing readers out in public and I’m always breaking my neck to see what they’re reading, so thank you for Bringing Reading Out into the Community.
FIVE+ Did you check out Horror Week 2018 at Goodreads?
SIX+ I’m putting together my reading list of creepy books for next year and will more than likely be adding some books from this list of 8 Serial Killer Books That Are About More than Murder – we already made our own list right here ->
EIGHT+ Check out these Five Ghost Stories That Go Boo-yond the Haunted House … because ghosts are not always homebodies.
NINE+ And these 31 Spooky (but not too scary) Books for your Fall Reading List.
TEN+ Some of these 9 Best Audiobook Apps for iPhone Users (Paid & Free) are available for Android users too.
ELEVEN+ How To Make Your Instagram Look Ten Times Better (Plus The Best Instagram Planning & Editing Apps) has some really excellent tips.
TWELVE+ A ton of Fall decorating inspiration in You Don’t Want to Miss a Thing! Fall Festival Blog Hop Recap.
THIRTEEN+ Love the ideas in Treats That Will Trick You Into Ditching Your Bad Halloween Decorations.
FOURTEEN+ And How To Create a Piece of Fall Art In Under a Minute.
FIFTEEN+ Very affordable choices in Stock Your Cellar—Sommeliers Recommend the Best Wines to Drink at Thanksgiving.
SIXTEEN+ Timely reminder … There Are 12 Weeks Left in 2018. Make Them Count.
SEVENTEEN+ how to know it’s october.
What are you currently reading? I confess that I didn’tget much reading done last week, so I’m still listening to the audiobook of An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon. This book is rather depressing, and it’s interesting BUT the story jumps around too much and it’s taking what seems like an unreasonable amount of time to get to the climax. So I’m a little over it … but not enough to quit.