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February 20, 2012
Bookish Wedding Planning :: The Decorations
And the wedding planning continues… Last week, I told you about my (fake-for-now) wedding, and started the planning with The ...
February 19, 2012
No Stopping the Linguistic “Linsanity”
By now, if you’ve been exposed to any form of media at all in the last week, you’re likely familiar ...
Sunday Diversion: Author Trivia
We’re up to Name That Author! Number 15, and I thought I would take some of the nuggets I’ve collected ...
Critical Linking: The Most Read Stories, February 13 – 18, 2012
The most read links from the last week in Critical Linking… “Electronics are here to stay, but someday the ...
February 18, 2012
The Week’s Most Popular Posts: February 13-17, 2012
Our most popular posts from the week that was… “…their book will be featuring “100 bookshelves of 100 creative types—writers, ...
Critical Linking: February 18, 2012
“After apologizing for eavesdropping, voicing the usual disclaimers (“it may not be for me”), and clarifying that she only ...
February 17, 2012
Casting Downton Abbey From Literature, Part II–Downstairs
Several weeks ago I shared a possible cast of Abbey’s “upstairs” denizens; this week, we turn to the popular BBC-produced ...
Friday Forum: Reader-Funded Publishing?
In a post yesterday about why there’s never been a better time to be a reader, Jeff mentioned that technology ...
Our Reading Lives
Our Reading Lives: What OWEN MEANY Means to Me
This installment of Our Reading Lives is from guest contributor Jodi Chromey. Jodi is a writer and blogger living in ...
Flowchart Friday: The Case of the Long-Lost Sibling
Four NYT Bestseller-type authors are at a surprise party. The surprise? A long-lost brother, of course! How would each of ...
I Wish I Could Quit You: The Curse of a Chronic Book Finisher
When I was in chorus in sixth grade, we staged a production of “Bye Bye, Birdie,” and at the party ...
Why Magazines Are Thriving (And Will Continue to Thrive)
You couldn’t swing a rolled-up copy of US Weekly last year without hitting an instance of The Power of Print ...
Critical Linking: February 17, 2012
“Electronics are here to stay, but someday the digital revolution in publishing may well be seen as just another ...
February 16, 2012
Parenting For Real: A Few Reading Recommendations
Laundry: The Home Comforts of Caring for Clothes & Linens by Cheryl Mendelson (Might as well do it right since ...