Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did this week.
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Novels That Should Be Graphic Novels. This is a great list and I wholeheartedly agree with Dune!
- I badly need to follow the steps in How to Organize Your Computer in Five Easy Steps. I used to be really good about #3 but have fallen off the wagon lately.
- 5 Types of Audiobooks that Converted a Reluctant Listener. I used to not get it when people would tell me they didn’t like audiobooks. What’s not to love? I can see it now but for me, I wouldn’t get near the amount of reading done that I do if it weren’t for audiobooks.
- The Boundaries Between Literary and Genre Fiction. I don’t really mind when they cross a little bit.
- Planning on making my way through the 2016 Eisner Awards for Comics list.
- Favorite list of the week – 100 Must-Read Mystery & Crime Novels Around the World
- I’m also all over this list of 10 New Books with Plot Twists You Won’t See Coming.
- What do you think of this list of Audiobook Stars: 27 Top Titles for Summer 2016? I haven’t listened to any of the titles yet.
- The Man Booker Prize long list for 2016 has been announced.
- Here are 4 Essential Blog Design Resources – what would be on your list?
- Smartphones get a bad rap so here are 10 ways your phone makes you a more organized person
- Put your phone’s calendar to use with any of these Top 5 Calendar Apps for Android.
- This Is the Lifehacker Pack: Essential Apps and Downloads for All Your Devices is a MUST save – read – bookmark.
What are you reading? I’m still on to The Fireman, Joe Hill as I didn’t get much time to read while in Iowa. No travel for the next 4 weeks, so I plan on enjoying being home with my family. What are you looking forward to next week?
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Sarah's Book Shelves
Thank you so much for linking to my audiobook post! And I am getting much more reading done now that I can incorporate audio…I just had to find my niche! I’ve increased my book total by 2-3 a month b/c of it.