The Sunday Salon

It’s been at least two weeks since my last Sunday Salon.  Life’s been slightly busier than usual but this weekend has brought everything back to slow and relaxed which means I have time this morning to write a post and read a few.

Oddly, I don’t have a ton to discuss book-wise as my reading has been somewhat slow.  I’m reading a non-fiction book this week (Livia, Empress of Rome by Matthew Dennison) and non-fiction tends to take me longer to read.  On a whim, I decided to start a second book (The Hypnotist by MJ Rose) which I rarely do being the one book at a time person I am so now I’ve got two going and I’m not sure I’m making progress on either.  Both are good, it’s just been a slow week on the reading front.

Since I don’t have much to talk about and I don’t feel the need to moan about work or really anything else for that matter, I’ll leave you with some links.

Impossible books titles.  We’ve all seen them; we love to hate them or mock them ruthlessly.

This falls under things that baffle me.  While I love to read, I don’t think I actually want to smell like a book.  Just weird.

There are always discussions about what being well-read means to people and here’s one more to add to the list.

Bad movie adaptations.  Ya know ya want to look.

The ways digital books have changed our lives.


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