Weekly Reading Links

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

  1. The Olympic Games are here! It’s been a little bittersweet when athletes have to weigh in with Stop trying to ruin the Olympics for us – so here’s How to Stream the 2016 Olympics Online, No Cable Required in case you want other coverage.
  2. JKRo is blowing up the interwebz with the release of the latest Harry Potter’s “all grown up” book, but she’s saying it’s done now – Harry Potter’s Story Is Done With The Release Of ‘Cursed Child’.
  3. What do you think of New Goodreads Homepage Now Rolling Out to Everyone? I rather like it.
  4. Oprah Names a New Book Club Selection and it’s The Underground Railroad, Colson Whitehead. I haven’t read it by I did read Zone One – which was a fantastic “literary zombie novel.
    #WickedGoodReads The Zombie Edition

    #WickedGoodReads The Zombie Edition

  5. I read this at Modern Mrs. DarcyYou’re not meant to do what you love. You’re meant to do what you’re good at. … What do you think? I tend to agree. “If everybody did what they thought they loved, the important things wouldn’t get done. To function as a society, there are labors that are necessary. Someone has to do them. Is that person robbed of a life of passion, because they had to choose a life of skill and purpose? No, of course not.”
  6. 10 Signs You’ve Found Your Favorite Book“Convincing everyone you meet to read the book but laughing in their face when they ask if they ask if they can borrow your copy.”
  7. I always enjoy reading Amazon’s Best of the Month because there’s bound to be at least 1 book I put on my reading list. This time it’s The Obelisk Earth (The Broken Earth #2), N.K. Jemisin and Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty.
  8. I also love weird reads so I’m eyeing the books on this list of Three Chilling Novels Told Through the Villain’s Eyes to my reading list.
    Bookish Reads on Weird Love

    #CrazyWeirdLove in Books

  9. Get free audiobooks you say? Why – yes, thanks! Visit Try Audiobooks, a website from Penguin Random House Audio,  matches your hobbies and activities to audiobooks you might like, giving every listener a free download from a rotating batch of 6.
  10. You’ve probably heard about Instagram Stories by now … a SnapChat killer? … Time will tell.
  11. Here’s my dirty little secret exposed in 10 apps for ridiculously lazy peopleTaskRabbit and Handy.

What’s your upcoming week look like? I’ll be road-tripping it back to Iowa and have a few audiobooks lined up. I’ve already started The Nest, Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney and it’s freaking awesome so far! What are you reading?


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