Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did this week.
ONE. New month – and the theme for our Monthly Motif Reading Challenge (for May) is Book to Screen … what are you going to read?
TWO. Here’s 8 Books to Read Before You Watch the Movie in 2018.
THREE. How many of the books on The List of America’s 100 Most Loved Books Brought to You by The Great American Read have you read?
FOUR. Interesting reading The Dramatic Backstory of Red in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale. “The red habits inspired more than fashion. They gave dystopian visual flair to protests across the country, and women wore them at Planned Parenthood and NARAL-organized protests in Washington, D.C. and Texas.
FIVE. Have you read any of the books on this list of The 50 Best Fantasy Books of the 21st Century (So Far)? Do you agree – disagree with the books on the list? Any of your faves missing?
SIX. There is so much inspiration in this Literary Dinner of Persuasion.
SEVEN. Some tips on How to Build Your Home Library on a Budget.
EIGHT. Check out this week’s free audiobook downloads at SYNC.
NINE. Kim participated in Dewey’s 24-hour ReadaThon over the weekend – check out her recap. And May #BookBlogger Events for other bookish happenings.
TEN. An interesting look Behind the Scenes of a Book Blogger.
ELEVEN. It’s happened to all of us, so here’s How to Get Back on Track if You Have Abandoned Your Blog.
TWELVE. Take notes on How to Write Engaging Blog Posts.
THIRTEEN. Very useful tips in 9 Ways to Increase Your Instagram Engagement..
FOURTEEN. How to Rock Bookstagram on a Budget has some things I’d never even think about using, which is awesome.
FIFTEEN. The Ultimate Guide to Blog Traffic (How I Consistently Generate 200,000 Pageviews Every Month) has some good takeaways.
SIXTEEN. I knew about some but not all of these 13 tricks retailers use in stores and online to make you overspend — and keep coming back for more.
SEVENTEEN. I consider this a public service announcement – Seriously, It’s Time to Drop Wells Fargo. It’s hard to imagine after all they’ve done, they’re still people sticking with them.
EIGHTEEN. Yes to all of these 21 habits that make my life a lot simpler.
NINETEEN. I might try this one next year after reading A Review of The Purposeful Planner: Beauty Meets Function to Organize Your Hectic Life.
TWENTY. You have to read this article on Investing in the Tools for Your Success – what are you holding onto that’s just not functional – but you keep it around anyway?
TWENTY-ONE. Here are some ideas on How To Stop Negative Thoughts.
✤ Tanya … I finished listening to the audiobook of Behold the Dreamers, Imbolo Mbue, narrated by Prentice Onayemi. It was a very realistic depiction of what life is like for an illegal immigrant family. I highly recommend it! Currently reading Caraval, Stephanie Garber. I’m about 2/3rd of the way through and loving it. The main character is a bit annoying with the helpless girl routine – which always annoys me in books – but I’m loving the action and intrigue so far.
What are you currently reading?
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