Here’s a look at some interesting things we read/ saw / thought / did this week.
- The explanation you needed – What Does A Book Blogger Actually Do? and How to be a Real (Awesome) Book Blogger. Both had me cracking up.
- Time’s Best Books of 2016 So Far looks slightly boring to me. But I’ve only read The Vegetarian, which I didn’t love.
- Here are Amazon’s Best Books of June. Have you read any of them – or are you planning to read any?
- As a Stephen King fan, I couldn’t help but bookmark this list of 14 Books Coming Out This Summer for Stephen King Fans
- Do you follow any of these 10 Pinterest Boards for Book Lovers?
- The theme for next month’s Monthly Motif Challenge is LOL, so I’m looking at picking something from this list of 18 New Books That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud.
- Take a look at these 50 Nifty Bookmarks You Need In Your Life.
- Have you tried any of these 5 Curious Ways to Find Interesting Books to Read?
- I can relate to almost everything on this list of Old School Reader Confessions … some things I STILL do!
- What are your Favorite WordPress Plugins for Bloggers? I can’t believe I haven’t shared mine on the blog yet.
- Top 10 Places to Get Stunning Desktop Wallpaper just fed my obsession with constantly changing the look of my laptop.
- The most useful thing I read this week is How to Strengthen Your Network Connections With Monthly People Checklists
- I can always use help on how to keep clutter at bay – Where Professional Organizers Shop
- I love seeing what curiosities people travel with – Carry-On: What Author David Sedaris Can’t Travel Without
- Check out these DIY Tech Hacks
- Something I hadn’t done to my computer – until now – Why You Should Disable or Cover Your Webcam Right Now
- Speed Up Firefox Immediately With These 6 Simple Tweaks
- 4 Blog Hacks Every Blogger Should Use This Summer … and really all the time to help with time management.
- For book bloggers, Book Riot has an Ad Network
- Read the comments on How Do You Use Your Phone’s Voice Assistant? to get a ton of ideas. My #1 use is to open apps.
- Important “work speak” deiphered in What do they mean by ‘good to know’? I laughed … but this article is so true.
// Comments //
Becky @ A Fool's Ingenuity
I love this post. I am a sucker for any post which features links (I don’t know what it is but I love them). I like the bookmarks and pinterest boards one. And isn’t it interesting how the TImes best books can be so different from other people’s tastes? I always end up avoiding book lists like that because I feel like that’s what people think I should be reading but doesn’t match what I want to be reading.
@Becky I wasn’t a fan of the Times list at all, but then again I skew towards genre fiction.
Pinterest has a lot of interesting book connections. I love the libraries and pictures of old books and book in art.
Trish @ Between My Lines
The Network connections checklist is interesting. I might try it out on small scale just to see how I get on. Great round up, so many things are catching my eye 🙂