Welcome to a beautiful May Sunday, gentle readers.
Grab a hot cup of tea, and kick up your feet. Let's read some good stuff together.
Here's what happened on the Internets this week:
Advice to Writers: You've Got to Work It Over. Excellent advice from my writing hero Ernest Hemingway.
Go Medieval and Attach a Book to Your Belt. Just go read it. You'll understand...
Want to earn more as a book author? A male name will help. This story is starting to get old...
Do librarians read all day? Do writers write all day? 🤔
25 Foreign Words and Their Hilarious Meanings. I particularly enjoy #8...
How Fairy Tales Help Us Continue to Think Smarter and Harder. “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be very intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” –Albert Einstein
On Analog Social Media. "The resulting analog social media tended to prove significantly more satisfying and rewarding than the addictive experiences offered through screens by the algorithmic attention economy.
And closer to home:
You need to listen to this Harlequin Audiobook Sampler. If you love audiobooks, then this will be your jam. Featuring wonderfully told tales written by Mary Kubica, Christina Dodd, Hannah Mary McKinnon, Amy Lloyd, and me!