I don’t know about you, but many of the books I end up tracking down to read I first learn about when their titles are mentioned in other books (or, more recently, blogs) I’m reading.
Some books mention lots of titles. Back in 2017, Emily Temple very helpfully posted to Literary Hub a host of titles alluded to by the characters in twelve books.
You might want to scan the titles mentioned in these twelve books that Emily examined to see which books mentioned you’d like to put onto your personal “Books to Read” list. (Despite the probability that your “Books to Read” list already has plenty o’ titles on it already!)
Found at Literary Hub’s Facebook page
An article posted to Literary Hub’s website last year describes how several famous writers organized their home (and/or office) libraries. Who knew there would be so many options?
Read Emily Temple’s intriguing article.
Found at LitHub’s Facebook page
Three years ago, Bored Panda published a shopping list for 19 unusual bookmarks made by Atelier Article that booklovers can order. More recently, they published a shopping list of 43 (!) sets of unusual bookends Atelier Article makes.
Found at Bored Panda’s Facebook page
In case you missed it when Bored Panda posted it two years ago, here’s someone’s discussion of seven alleged benefits of habitual vs. occasional reading.
Found via Bored Panda’s Facebook page
Over at The Daily O, a booklover named Sanjay Sipahimalani opines on that inevitable moment – actually, on that series of inevitable moments – in all booklovers’ lives when he/she realizes, with considerable dread, that Something Must Be Done, aka The Absolute Necessity of Getting Rid of Some of These Books.
Read Sanjay’s essay.
Found at The Daily O’s Facebook page
It might take a minute to figure out how to use this contraption, but at less than $7, some booklovers might want to buy one of these for those times when you want a book to stay open without your holding onto it.
Found via an Amazon.com ad on Facebook
Nine tips from the folks at the Public Broadcasting System for maximizing the chances your kid will take to reading early, and remain a reader forever. What could be more rewarding than that?
Posted on Facebook by reading enthusiast Mary Cloud Filler