Hope everyone endured this week of the pandemic/Stay at Home/Isolation/whatever-you’re-calling-it and is healthy and sane. Things at Irresponsible HQ are good, but I hope the end of this is near (I’m going to have to get used to shoes again, however). I can’t believe that we’re in the Home Stretch of April
I simply ran out of oomph by the end of this week, I sat down the last couple of nights to get some blogging done, wrote a paragraph or two and then…nothing. Oh well, a backlog of stuff to write about will come in handy when I start Winslow’s The Border.
No new releases caught my eye this week—which probably means that I missed something. Add your fresh recommendations in the comments!
I think I’ve rambled enough, on with the links:
that caught my eye this week. You’ve probably seen some/most/all of them, but just in case:
A Flowchart for Making Impactful Purchases at Your Indie Bookstore—a handy flowchart (minus that pesky “chart” bit)
When “Serious” Writers Write Books For Kids
He’s written 32 books, all while surrounded by a pack of dogs—There’s no actual discussion of David Rosenfelt’s books or writing, but it’s a nice look at the great work he and his wife do with rescue dogs. Love watching the sea of fur around them.
The Top 10 Most Lethal Characters in the Thriller Genre Right Now
From Atticus Finch to Saul Goodman: The Evolution of Lawyers on Screen and Page—No surprise here, Paul Levine pens an entertaining answer to the question, “How did heroic lawyers turn into dirtbag defenders?”
Book Series for the Long Haul
Episode (or two) you might want to give a listen to:
Under a Pile of Books Episode 69 – Sarah Chorn Interview—Sarah Chorn talks about her upcoming novel, Of Honey and Wildfires, and her mind being a weird place.
I’d like to say hi and extend a warm welcome to Chiddicks Family Tree, ginnymalbec (great blog concept!), and Narun Garg for following the blog this week. Don’t be a stranger, and use that comment box, would you?