Links I love

Hey readers! I’m spending the weekend at the beach with a bunch of writers, where I expect to enjoy time with friends, meet new ones, and get a ton of work (and a little bit of reading) done. I hope you have a lovely weekend in store.

My favorite finds from around the web:

Favorite Instagram:

This reading nook brings me great joy, especially on dreary days. Plus a Plant Lady update on the unexpected gift my plants have given me. Follow me on Instagram @annebogel.

On the blog:

One year ago: 13 adventure-filled audiobooks for your next family road trip.

Two years ago: On personality, emotional labor, and surviving the holidays. “The holidays are especially taxing for introverts. It’s taken me years to realize that as much as I enjoy the holiday festivities, they’re incredibly draining.”

Three years ago: A Tieks review, finally. Why they work for me and what you need to know to determine if they’ll work for you.

Four years ago: A few of my favorite poetry collections (and a promising bedtime ritual). Good poetry makes for excellent bedtime reading.

Five years ago: A very bookish Christmas countdown. This is a beloved family tradition.

On What Should I Read Next:

Our holiday recommendation episode is here! My friend Holland from The Novel Neighbor in St Louis helped me recommend the perfect titles for your hard-to-buy-for loved ones. This might be our longest show notes book list yet!

On One Great Book:

In this volume I’m focusing on books that would make great fireside reading and books that would make great gifts; this week’s new episode focuses on the latter. Get more One Great Book right here.

Have a great weekend!


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  1. Suzanne says:

    Love the list of gifts for bookworms. (I of course read Anne’s entries in her voice, lol.) And I would add to that list the perfume I’m wearing right now: Maison Margiela’s Whispers in the Library. The ultimate bookish perfume!

  2. Michelle Wilson says:

    Have you heard the podcast, Dolly Parton’s American? Done by the folks from Radio Lab (I think). It’s basically like a nine hour interview with Dolly broken up into segments. It is delightful plus there is much to think about.

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