Another week brings new bookish articles I enjoyed. Hope you find something interesting here!
I often enjoy reading about places I have never been, and Travel and Leisure recently published an article about books based in every state.
The Best Books in Every State
Travel and Leisure also offers a list to inspire readers' urge to travel.
The Best New Books to Inspire Your Wanderlust
The New York Times examine the effect Instagrammers have on readers. Do you follow any of these people? Do you follow their recommendations? I have found I share a taste of reading material with Reese Witherspoon, make of that what you will:-)
The New Authority in Books to Read: Who You Follow on Instagram
Did you catch a glimpse of the 2017 Eclipse? Here in DC we saw 81% coverage, which was quite interesting. Off the Shelf offers a list of books to celebrate the eclipse.
12 Books to Celebrate the Eclipse
Lastly, Fiona Davis (author of The Address and The Dollhouse) discusses her favorite settings for historical fiction. Which is your favorite? Naturally, I am partial to the 1920s, the setting of the Lady Evelyn Mysteries:-)
Fiona Davis' Favorite Historical Fiction Settings