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Link Love

March 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!

 

Let's start of this week with some pretty shelfies! I rarely reorganize my books, but I do like to look at the way other people do theirs, or how they structure their reading nooks.

12 Home Library Design Ideas

 

The Literary Hub has just launched a site called CrimeReads and which will probably be a black hole of sorts for me, a crime fiction addict...

CrimeReads

 

Though this is undeniably unoriginal, Jane Austen is and always will be one of my very favorite authors. Obviously, I am not alone in this, but it was still fun to read about one fellow fan's descent (or rather ascent) into Jane Austen superfandom:-)

How I Became a Jane Austen Superfan

 

Bookriot came up with a quiz, where a book recommendation is based on some of your favorite TV shows. I got Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie, which I have to admit, I started but did not finish. There was nothing really wrong with it, it just didn't hold my attention. The second time I took the quiz (I take quizzes seriously!) I got An American Marriage by Tayari Jones, which I have not yet read, but it is Oprah's book of the month which has to say something, doesn't it?

Choose Some TV Shows and We'll Give You a Book to Read

 

And to end this week's Link Love, here is a list of books set in Americans' most visited countries. So if you are staying home this spring, you can enjoy some armchair travel and escapism as well:-)

30 Books for Americans' Most-Visited Countries

 

 

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