Bookish News: July 8, 2020

Hello dear readers, I have some bookish news for you to enjoy today.

If there’s any bookish news you’ve heard of near you, make sure to share it for everyone to enjoy!

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REAL LIFE 101 DALMATIANS MANSION FOR SALE

Parul Sehgal on Stealing Forbidden Books From Her Mother’s Library


Writing My Own “Indian-American Novel” Meant Looking to California

Eight Books You Should Read in July

Bookish News: June 24, 2020

Hello dear readers, I feel like it has been forever since we did some bookish news.

I honestly don’t remember the last time I gave you some bookish news, but it has definitely slowed down since quarantine began so so long ago.

But, we are back so please enjoy, and as always, make sure to follow me on social media.
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UK bookshops are seeing sales soar now that people are allowed out

Authors quit JK Rowling agency over transgender rights

The Shadow of the Wind and the remarkable success of Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Overwhelmed With Orders, Some Black-Owned Bookstores Ask for Patience

Ottessa Moshfegh’s Latest Is a Murder Mystery, but Where’s the Body?

Short Update on My Life

Hello dear readers, today’s post will be short, I promise. I just wanted to give you a brief update on my life, since I think you are entitled to know what I am going through.

I have been lucky enough to have a new job that I just started this week. I know a lot of people are out of work right now, and many more are strapped for cash, but I have been lucky enough to be hired into a position with a really awesome non-profit where I live.

I have been working from home and will likely be doing that until September. It’s a bit odd getting used to that still, but I have figured out a good routine that keeps my mind spaces separate.

With a new job comes a lot of learning and a lot less time to myself. I have been trying my best to better my skills and focus on my work, and I plan to keep doing that for my job. This however will likely leave me with less time on social media through the day.


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I will try to engage with people in the morning before work and during my breaks, but otherwise the amount of social media time I will have will be drastically reduced. I’ve been taking up at 6:00 a.m. every day in order to do some writing. It’s not much, but I’ve been getting about 400 words done a day.

I plan to keep the frequency of blog posts the same, since I usually write those the night before anyways.

Anyways, that’s all really. I am staying safe and healthy, and doing my best to support BLM movements that I can afford to. The biggest thing is to read and learn. Learn what you can do better, learn how you can help, learn others’ pain.

When we understand others, even just a tiny amount, we better ourselves as humans and as a society.

Poetry Events, Bookish Tank Tops, Queer Women Romance Books….Check out these bookish items!

Hey there dear readers. Just a quick post today. I found some interesting bookish things to read, follow, or buy occupy your time during quarantine. Consider giving them a look if you want something to do!

Live Poetry Events

Some cool looking bookish tank tops you might want to wear this summer

10 Great 2020 Queer Women Romance Books to Watch Out For

Writing/Reviewing Poetry

Letting Books Create your Summer

Bookish News To Get You Through the Day

Though a lot of news is revolving around the current pandemic, there is still a lot of news out there, especially when it comes to books!

So, I’ve done a bit of digging, and I’ve found some book related news that you might enjoy.

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Goodreads list of May 2020 Book Releases

She Reads – Most Anticipated Books of May 2020

Recent Comic Book Releases

A Collection of Great Bookish Articles from NetGalley

How Did Writers Survive the First Great Depression? — An Article by LitHub

Share Indie Book Launches

We all know that a lot of book launches, book fairs, and plenty of non-book related events have been cancelled because of the current state of affairs we are in.

Because there aren’y many book events happening, I thought I’d give people a chance to share some book launches they know have happened recently, or will be happening soon.

A lot of authors had their book launches cancelled or postponed, so let’s share some book blogger love by sharing some book launches!

Share them in the comments, or find me on social media.
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Bookish News: March 11, 2020

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Hello my lovely readers…I have some news for you.

There have been a number of book and movie deals in the US.

Children’s author Ted Staunton holding book signing March 11 at Chapters in Peterborough

Hachette Says It Won’t Publish Woody Allen’s Book

The Everyday Madness of Teaching Under Lockdown in America

Here are the finalists for the 2020 Lambda Literary Awards!


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