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Link Love

February 16, 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!

 

Do you listen to audiobooks? If like me you are a huge fan of this medium, you will doubtless have favorite narrators. Some of mine are Simon Vance, Humphrey Bowers and Juliet Stevenson. The latter makes an appearance on Bookriot's list of the best performers for audiobooks.

The 5 Best Audiobook Narrators

 

http://www.vulture.com/2018/02/will-zadie-smith-ever-feel-free.html

Though her books are hit and miss for me, Zadie Smith seems like the sort of author I would like to know in real life. I got to see her speak about her last book Swing Time last year and found this Vulture article on the author in time for the release of her new book Feel Free, very interesting, whether you enjoy her books or her politics or both.

Will Zadie Smith Ever Feel Free?

 

In honor of her 80th birthday, The Literary Hub rounded up some of author Judy Blume's best advice for aspiring writers.

Judy Blume's Advice for Aspiring Writers

 

 

And because I came across and enjoyed this article as well, here's one more on Judy Blume, as she reflects on her career, her best known and loved books and current events.

At 80, Judy Blume Refects on Feminism, #MeeToo and Keeping Margaret 12

 

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