Thursday Reading Links #46

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Today’s links are not plentiful, but you know what they say: quality over quantity.

I pass the time on the metro by reading. Sometimes I read on Kindle, sometimes I read the physical books, sometimes I simply cruise the world wide web. I often get comments from strangers, such as “Oh, I never read ebooks. Real books are so much better.” Or “Oh good, you’re reading a real book. No one does that anymore,” as if an e-book is not a real book. It’s a strange world we live in where strangers judge us by our reading format. Simone at Simone and Her Books writes about this very topic and I could not have said it better myself. Never Judge a Reader by their Reading Format.

This week’s drink pairing is for Entre Nous: A Woman’s Guide to Finding Her Inner French Girl. I love, love, love this book and will never part with it. In fact, my husband suggested I purchase a new copy to replace my beat-up copy and I can’t even do that. I love this first copy. It’s what inspired my love of everything French and my very first trip to Paris, which was also a solo-trip where I had the time of my life.

‘Ideas of Home’ by Lorna Goodison.

A wonderful review by Random Jottings of The Words I Never Wrote by Jane Thynne, which is on my TBR pile. Honestly, reading this review gave me the chills. Jane Thynne is such a fine writer.

xoxo, Jane

 

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