Fear in Writing: BookLinks

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Today in Literary History...December 14, 1907: Rudyard Kipling receives the Nobel prize for literature, the first English-language writer to do so.ud

Saturday, July 10, 2010

BookLinks

Today's Saturday post is not a fav photo or a blog link...but rather a group of interesting book-related links I think you should click.

1.  Best pubs in literature.  Do you like beer?  Do you like literature?  Do you like Great Britain?  If you answered yes to one or all of the above, you should check out this article.

2. Can the Internet save the book?  A futurist's take.

3. Beware of Blurbs.  How much stock can you really take in those one sentence ellipsis-marked book accents?


5. Ben Franklin is a big fat idiot.

6.  Two books about Elliot Spitzer.  Okay, I get the interest.  But this one: Two books about Henry Clay.  Really?  Two people had this idea at once?

7.  The Crime Wave.  A list of mysteries to read this summer.

8. Do novels still matter?  Well, do they?

9 comments:

  1. Interesting links today! Thanks

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  2. Looks like some very interesting links. Can't wait to check them out. Thanks.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  3. Bookmarked this for checking out on the porch with lemonade.
    Giggles and Guns

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  4. Michele - Thanks for these links : ). Yeah, Henry Clay? Ok.... And yes, novels still matter! ; )

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  5. Oh yeah! *clap clap clap* I love these. I think your link posts are great. Thanks.

    CD

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  6. If novels still matters? Yes of course. I can do all the trivial thinking myself; the non-trivial thinking I find in good novels >:)

    Cold As Heaven

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  7. Thank goodness we agree novels still matter! Hope you all enjoy the links!

    Tomorrow is Post Roundup.
    Michele

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