Thursday Reading Links #68

I hate to sound like a broken record, but another month is flying back. In a way that’s good because I want 2020 to just be over. Goodbye. Farewell. Go away. Then again, I don’t want life to just rush by. I guess I can’t have my cake and eat it too. On to reading links.

This is a very long read, but it’s a very good read. It’s about The Astonishing Rise of Angela Merkel by The New Yorker. If you like reading about interesting women who’ve made a positive impact in the world, then I recommend this article.

So You Want To Write? “I think that reading is so crucial. It’s how you learn what happens in novels and how to put them together and how you start thinking about it.” – Brit Bennet

How does a young writer pay the rent?

A New Book Pushes Back Against the Stereotypical French Woman.

I’m currently reading Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik.

From the archives: A very short history of the Lutetia Hotel in Paris.

A reading list: What 100 Writers Have Been Reading During Quarantine.

xoxo, Jane

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