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Link Love

February 2, 2018

 

It's Friday, which means it's time for Link Love, where I share some of my favorite bookish articles and blogs from the past week. Happy reading!

 

You know I am a huge fan of crime fiction (I'm not weird, you're weird!) and Bookbub's article on some of this year's new releases naturally caught my eye. I have already read a few, such as The Woman in the Window (worth the hype), Lying in Wait (so-so) and The Wife Between Us (fairly good), and am really looking forward to quite a few on this list. I am especially excited about B.A. Paris' Bring Me Back, All the Beautiful Lies by  Peter Swanson, and  Ruth Ware's The Death of Mrs. Westerway. What on this least strikes your fancy?

19 Twisty Psychological Thrillers Coming in 2018

 

On Bookriot I found this very handy guide of how to make a bookworm happy. As a

10 Ways to a Bookworm's Heart

 

The Literary Hub has rounded up an intriguing list of famous authors who, for one reason or another, couldn't stand their own books!

13 Writers Who Grew to Hate Their Own Books

 

The New Yorker has published a few of Bob Eckstein's drawings of NYC bookstores, along with memories associated with them. I like the idea, and even though it is a little melancholy, with so many bookstore going out of business, there is a sense of hope around them, too. People still love to read, and a bookstore can offer both the material for just that, as well as a cozy haven, as evidenced by some of the stories.

The Endangered Bookstores of New York

 

 

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