Links I love

Links I love

What’s in store for your Friday? I’m getting my hair cut for the first time since February (woohoo!) and tidying up the books in my office. I hope your weekend is what you need it to be, and I hope these interesting reads and fun things set the right note for what’s to come.

Today I’m also hopping on Instagram live at 4:30 pm Eastern time to unbox our Fall MMD Book Club Box from The Novel Neighbor and talk with our MMD team member Chelsey about what we’re covering when we go Back to Book School, beginning this September. Our theme this season is Reading with a Literary Lens and I can’t wait to tell you more.

Join us live on my account @annebogel.

Quick Lit this weekend!

On the 15th of each month I share short and sweet reviews of what I’ve been reading lately and invite you to do the same. Click here for my Quick Lit posts so you can see what they’re like, and get ready to share your own recent reads tomorrow!

My favorite finds from around the web:

  • The Joy of Not Cooking. “The calm that washes over me as I watch a cook move masterfully through their work isn’t new, but it feels more precious now.”

Don’t miss these posts:

  • 15 books for budding botanists. You don’t need a green thumb in order to enjoy these books—but reading about someone else’s thriving garden won’t be bad for your own plant efforts.

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Leanne says:

    I hope my weekend is what I need it to be also. What I’m needing is rest. I feel worn out in every sense of the word. My library has been reopen for a little over a month and each day presents its own challenges and triumphs. We’re here. Every day.

  2. Suzanne says:

    For once, I’m glad to see they’re making a book into a series. Nine Perfect Strangers was asking to be made into one and I hadn’t thought of Nicole Kidman for the part of Masha, but she’s exactly right for it.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Interesting links! Can’t wait to watch Mexican Gothic and Nine Perfect Strangers!

    Seems to be the perfect time for Isabel Wilkerson’s Caste book. I was fortunate to see her speak at a book festival for her 1st book, The Warmth of Other Suns.

  4. Laurel says:

    I picked up three of the150 piece mini puzzles you mentioned a few weeks ago, and we took them on vacation with us. They were a fun challenge…a lot harder that I expected! They were perfect to work on while we sat on the small kitchen table or listened to an audio book. Thanks for sharing them!

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