Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did last week.
ONE+ Didyaknow National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated between September 15 and October 15 each year. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With These Books by Latinx and Hispanic Authors.
TWO+ The The National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 Honorees have been announced. have you read any books by these authors? Freshwater, Akwaeke Emezi is on my reading list ever since I saw it on Amazon’s Best Books of February 2018.
THREE+ Last week was Banned Books Week, and here are 20 books worth your reading time that have been banned at some point (definitely agree that everyone should read The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas).
FOUR+ A nod to Book of the Month Club: Why it is my favorite book subscription … have you tried this? I haven’t bout look forward to reading Sarah’s Book of the Month picks each month.
FIVE+ These are 13 Ways Book Lovers Make More Time for Reading.
Blogging & Life
NINE+ How To Create A Content Plan For Your Blog Which Sticks is so on point. I’m going to try the tips I’m not doing yet.
TEN+ Do you do any of these 5 Tasks Top Bloggers Do at the Beginning of Every Month.
ELEVEN+ More tips on How to Use Pinterest to Boost Your Online Presence – I might be the only person in the World who doesn’t use Pinterest regularly.
TWELVE+ Critics Agree – These Are the 10 Best Shows on TV Right Now … Do you agree? I haven’t watched any of them … yet.
THIRTEEN+ There’s somebody else out there who loves a spreadsheet as much as I do … 10 spreadsheet hacks to step up your blogging game (ft. free spreadsheet templates).
FOURTEEN+ I’m saving this list of 20 Best Android Puzzle Games (2018) for when I’m ready to try something new. Right now I’m all about Plant vs Zombies.
What are you currently reading? I just finished Washington Black, Esi Edugyan which was so, so good. I’m now on to An Unkindness of Ghosts, Rivers Solomon – which is more science fiction than the name would suggest. I’m enjoying the complexity of the World building and the characters.
Aster lives in the low-deck slums of the HSS Matilda, a space vessel organized much like the antebellum South. For generations, the Matilda has ferried the last of humanity to a mythical Promised Land. On its way, the ship’s leaders have imposed harsh moral restrictions and deep indignities on dark-skinned sharecroppers like Aster, who they consider to be less than human. When the autopsy of Matilda’s sovereign reveals a surprising link between his death and her mother’s suicide some quarter-century before, Aster retraces her mother’s footsteps. Embroiled in a grudge with a brutal overseer and sowing the seeds of civil war, Aster learns there may be a way off the ship if she’s willing to fight for it.