Weekly Round Up (#39)

There’s nothing that ever says a shared link has to be from something published this last week. I like to share anything and everything that I have found interesting, even if it’s a few months, and quite possibly a few years old!

My feature consists of an average of 10 links that I fell in love with, or at least felt the need as an information specialist to share with you, whether you’re just an avid book reader or a librarian who hasn’t seen this particular article yet. Sometimes I post Youtube videos, and maybe I’ll one day be thematic! But for now, please enjoy the following links, and feel free to share your own in the comments down below.

  • Number 1 is the mental resolution I make for myself every year, but instead of just constantly buying books, I wind up borrowing them from the public library, which puts my  purchased piles to shame :p

I love to hear peoples stories. How they came to be. I started a tag on Twitter to see what kind of responses I’d get:

What’s happened this week:

I’ve been so ill-prepared to do round ups. However, on brighter notes, to bring together my love of reading and my love of postcard collecting, I’ve decided that instead of receipts or other random papers I will now be using a postcard as my bookmark – I know you’re probably thinking “So what?”, well my fine fellowed readers, I will be writing a quick note with a star-rating of the book I was reading. It’ll be an interesting trial, people can do what they want with their information, since I have my blog listed on my Postcrossing profile, they may be more likely to visit – I’m trying!

I had set up for the book fair which starts next week – stay tuned for a post on that. I am currently reading Alice by Christina Henry, and so far I’m loving it. I’m also wrapping up the audiobook of Fat Vampire by Adam Rex. I will have 4 days off, and I’m looking forward to binging on episodes of Bates Motel on Netflix, and maybe start on the baby quilts for a few friends.



About Black ' n Write Reviewer

I'm a junior high librarian finding her way into the lives of her students through the art of literature.
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