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What a week…

Again, on this slow train of a disaster there is always seem to be something to look forward to read or lift our spirits. I know that the reading community has kept my spirits up day in and day out, and reminds me on a constant basis the good and exciting things we can look forward to as a community.

Thank you for being a part of that.

Articles from the Bookblogging World

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14 Book Releases Hitting the Shelves in June 2020

Great list of upcoming releases!

We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker Book Review

Great review worth checking out.

Devolution by Max Brooks

“An experimental community in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. The eruption of Mt. Rainer and the ecological and societal fallout. A lost species that becomes caught in the middle of the run to survive. Max Brooks proves again that an epistolary novel can be just as nerve-wracking and character-driven as any other text.”  – Great review from one of my favorite bloggers.

Interview with a Middle-Schooler: Fantastic Fantasy

“My oldest is a huge reader. He likes most kinds of books, although he tends to gravitate toward sci-fi and fantasy. I like to interview him every few months and get his take on books that he’s read and enjoyed. Today, I’m asking him about his favorite fantasy books. If you’re looking for middle-grade fantasy books to read, here are some he recommends.”  – This was me as a kid. 

Articles to Check Out

Our Personalized Quarantine Book Recommendations, Round 8
Wheels Within Wheels

What to Make of Isaac Asimov, Sci-Fi Giant and Dirty Old Man?

Children’s Books Make Good Companions in a Crisis

The Library Is Open
There has never been a more exciting time for queer literature. We gathered four of the biggest and brightest names in the new wave for a roundtable discussion. (And yes, we stayed well over six feet apart.)

If Language is a Weapon, Now is the Time to Deploy It

Algonquin Round Table: How the Group of Writers Became a Symbol of the Roaring Twenties

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