Get ready for a lot of TFiOS excitement on the blog this week. I’ve decided that since the film opening is less than a week away, I’m going to let myself unleash my fangirlish feelings. I’m heading back to California tomorrow for some lovely visits with my sister, father, and grandmother so I’m not sure when I’m going to actually see the movie (I can tell you all feel really sorry for me, right?), but to tide me over here are my favorite links related to The Fault in Our Stars. Most of them are focused on the movie, but a few might relate to the book. Okay? Okay. Let’s go. Continue reading
Happy Sunday. I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. I’m visiting one of my best friends in Boston and reading a Sarah Dessen novel so this weekend is pretty much my definition of heaven. I realized that its been over a month since I’ve shared my favorite literary links. Here are a few that I think you might find interesting (a few might be a little dated): Continue reading
- The daily routines of creative geniuses.
- YA author Megan McCafferty is giving fans and readers the chance to ask authors anything through a new monthly series hosted by Google Hangout.
- Youtube adaptation of one of my favorite scenes from FANGIRL.
All the books that I’ve had on hold at the library all became available yesterday, so today I think I’ll be reading more books than links. But if you want to spend some time on the internet today, here are some of my favorite new(ish) links from around the web.
Hello friends! Happy Day Light Savings Time! Or is it the end of Day Light Savings Time? I can never remember which is which, but I am excited that it won’t be getting dark so early. You might not have a lot of time to mull about on the internet today, since we lost an hour, but in case you do here are some of my favorite links:
Happy Sunday friends! What have you been up to this weekend? Has anyone been watching the Olympics? This week I started a job gallery sitting, which has been really great because I’m surrounded by art and I have lots of time to read, write … and to find these links for your perusal: