Saturday Miscellany—12/7/19

Here are the odds ‘n ends over the week about books and reading that caught my eye—Lithub and BookRiot are heavily featured this week. Been awhile since I dipped into those so hard, but I really liked what I saw this week. I wish I could figure out a way to get a kickback (or sponsorship—I’m open to negotiation, folks!) from one/all of them for this… You’ve probably seen some/most/all of these, but just in case:

    A Book-ish Related Podcast Episode you might want to give a listen to:

  • Authors on a Podcast Talking Books Ep. 3 – Jonathan Wood—David Walters ( talks to Jonathan Wood. I read Wood’s first two books forever ago, and loved them. Don’t ask me why I haven’t read on. That ends in 2020, thanks to this episode. BTW, isn’t this the best podcast title? Tells you exactly what it is.

    This Week’s New Release that I’m Excited About and/or You’ll Probably See Here Soon (I’m sure there were others that I should’ve spotted, but…):

  • Perfect Murder by Rebecca Bradley—A mystery writer tries to pull of the perfect murder—a plot that I’m sure made none of Bradley’s family/loved ones/friends nervous at all.

Lastly, I’d like to say hi and extend a warm welcome to Freedom is the luxury I seek and APB813 for following the blog this week. Don’t be a stranger, and use that comment box, would you?

7 thoughts on “Saturday Miscellany—12/7/19

  1. Thanks for the shout out.

    That was a bigger than usual list of links this week. Anything in particular driving that or you just felt inspired?

    My plans for 2020? Oh man, I haven’t even gotten to the end of the month yet. I figure I’ll write up my 2019 in review post the night before new years or something. Definitely going to be a much smaller post than the last couple of years. I need to keep things simple…

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    1. Was a long list this week. Expected something smaller until I started assembling. Nothing particular inspired it, just what I stumbled on.

      I have some vague plans for ’20, but nothing as detailed as some I’ve seen. Mostly with you, talk to me at the end of the month about all that.

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