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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!

The Literary Hub has a fun feature called 5 Writers, 7 Questions, and this month the authors are quite varied and their answers rather interesting. They discuss their own books, inspirations and literary pet peeves.

5 Writers, 7 Questions

This article I found on The Guardian's website examines what it means to be well read. As the author suggests, one person's valuable or meaningful read is not that to another person, though he does include a few authors he believes create a basis for being a well read person. What do you think? Do you agree with his argument?

Book Clinic: What constitutes 'well read'?

CrimeReads has come up with a list of some new and exciting, international crime fiction. I am a big fan of the genre and am always looking for new recommendations. I am looking forward to reading A Million Drops by Víctor del Árbol.

May's Best International Crime Fiction

The Guardian has a pretty good literature podcast, and recently they interviewed Madeline Miller of the much-celebrated The Song of Achilles and more recently, Circe. I really enjoyed the former and am saving the latter for a special occasion:-)

Madeline Miller and Toby Litt

Finally, here is a list of some bookish adaptations coming to screens in the following months:-) Happy reading and watching!

6 Books to Read Before You See the Movies in Summer 2018

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