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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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?

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

WWW Wednesday: March 25, 2020

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Hello dear readers, it is time for another WWW Wednesday. We all know how it works; just gotta answer 3 Ws!

Thank you to Taking on a World of Words for hosting!


What am I currently reading?

  • The Jealousy of Jalice by Jesse Nolan Bailey (my first ever NetGalley)
  • The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon (it’s taken a backseat while I finish other books)
  • The Girl Who Found the Sun by Matthew S. Cox
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What did I recently finish reading?

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke

What do I think I’ll read next?

  • Slow Down by Lee Matthew Goldberg

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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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Bookish News: March 4, 2020

Hello dear readers, a quick news update for you today.

The upcoming Wheel of Time tv show, currently being filmed, finally has its composer, David Buckley.

If you want to read more about David, check out a list of some of his other work and some more interesting information!

In non Wheel of Time News, a London book fair has been cancelled due to coronavirus fears, despite growing anger from a lot of different parties.