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Friday Finds for Writers


Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to enjoy over the weekend.

  • I can see myself spending quite a bit of time delving into these Storified #APStyle chats.
  • Also on my agenda: listening to Isaac Chotiner interview author (and New York Times books editor) Pamela Paul about “the future of criticism and what our books say about us” on the “I Have to Ask” podcast.
  • “How to Optimize Your Amazon Author Central Pages”: advice from Penny Sansevieri, via Jane Friedman’s website.
  • Don’t forget that tomorrow is Independent Bookstore Day! Join the party!
  • And, as per usual, there’s a fresh set of Jewish literary links over on the My Machberet blog.
  • Have a great weekend, everyone.

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    1. Pamela Paul wrote an interesting article in a mid-April Sunday New York Times titled “Why You Should Read Books You Hate” on the joy of hate reading (forcing yourself to read a book you know you really don’t like). Can be applied to other aspects of life, be it cleaning or cutting the grass or that job you’ve put off for far too long cause you really hate doing it. Have a great weekend!

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