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Hey friends! My calendar says it’s the weekend, but surely I’m not the only one struggling to remember what day it is. I’m struggling to find a new rhythm, but I’m doing okay. I hope you are, too. Sending lots of healthy vibes your way. I hope you’ll find these weekend reads entertaining (hats!) and informative.

My favorite finds from around the web:

  • We love this pantry-friendly easy Italian pasta salad recipe. It’s absolutely fantastic with fresh herbs and veggies, but don’t worry a bit if you don’t have all the ingredients. Use what you have and it will turn out great.

Stay At Home Book Tour starts Monday

On Monday I announced the Stay At Home Book Tour. Read through the post for all the details and make sure you sign up for the email list toward the end if you want access.

We kick things off Monday with Patti Henry and I’m so looking forward to talking with her, as well as the rest of the authors. These events are free and open to all. However, you should know our Zoom room can only hold 500 people. We’ll admit readers until the room is full but I recommend you come early if you’d like to ensure you have a seat.

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Have a great weekend!


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  1. Molly says:

    Hi Anne,
    I really want to support my local bookstore by preordering books that are coming out this spring/summer, but I’m having a hard time finding those books. If you could do a spring preview, that would help a lot. I think others would appreciate your thoughts on future releases too so they could preorder and help their local indies too!
    Something to think about.

  2. mary decker says:

    I would think a list of recommended reads about pandemics would be in order. Not to overwhelm, but I can’t help but think about re-reading Station Eleven right now.

  3. Christa says:

    Anne, just wanted to say thank you. While at Trader Joe’s last weekend, I bought the ranunculus (my favorite flower) without question. My particular bouquet is so beautiful, I only bought one but ended up with red and orange. Worth every cent! Particularly when I’m home to enjoy them 🙂

  4. Judy says:

    Hi Anne
    Read Don’t Overthink It last week and loved it! As a chronic overthinker I really appreciated the techniques you offered to deal with this tendency. I loved that you gave personal examples of overthinking. Everybody needs to know that it’s not just them! Your book has helped me a lot already. Especially now with the current health crisis, we all need to think clearly so we can act appropriately. Thanks

  5. sarah williams says:

    I just want everybody to be safe and healthy. On a bookish note, I was video chatting with one of my students today. I asked him what to tell me about his independent reading. He said he was reading an I Survived book. We then agreed there will be an I Survived book about this pandemic a few years from now!

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