Thursday Reading Links #9

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Hello. How are you? Summer season starts this weekend in the USA and I’m looking forward to lots of reading, a less hectic schedule and enjoying my patio. Here are some links that helped me procrastinate. Ha! 🙂

Do you crack your neck? You should probably stop. I crack my neck, but I promised my husband I would stop. It’s hard to stop because I think I’m addicted to it.

I recently learned about the first men to walk the Great Wall of China. I recommend you listen to the short podcast. Fascinating!

Jane Thynne has a new book coming out. It looks really good. I love the way she weaves real history into her fiction. Bummer I have to wait until January 2020 to read it.

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You can’t make this stuff up. Someone (maybe me too?) please, please, please write a comedic spy novel inspired by this lady.

Speaking of writing, here are some writing prompts.

Feminist Fairytales For Children That Teach Modern Values.

I’m reading this book about Queen Alexandra. What are you reading?

The Ugly History of Beautiful Things: Perfume. Have a great weekend! xoxo, Jane

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. It doesn’t cost you anything extra to use the links, but it’s also ok if you don’t use the links. I’m just grateful you are here and reading my blog. xoxo, Jane

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