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@Sunita Flashing on "The Good Place" season 3:

* Tahani: “I once played a drinking game with Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively at their macrobiotic farm with a particularly robust batch of homemade kombucha.”

Jason: “Do I have to drink for every word I don’t know?”

It's Hobonichi season! Just ordered the 2020 Techo, a Weeks for the office, and some accessories. I got the Stuff Techo because AdoraBear.

Magdalena Edwards in the LARB on working with Benjamin Moser. This is a brutal and entirely believable takedown. He's been credit-claiming for years, even an outsider like me could see something was fishy about his ownership of Lispector's work and persona.

lareviewofbooks.org/article/be

Oh look, the wheel is being invented. Again.

I do not miss these conversations. Backbutton ahoy.

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Weeknote 18 - Uncertainty and Discomfort: idle thoughts on the consequences of success.

baldurbjarnason.com/weeknote-1

Where I talk about why I'm more stressed about my work project succeeding than it potentially failing.

I've been working my way through the Booker longlist. I keep forgetting to link to my review of Lanny, which I did not love as much as many readers But I will not be surprised if it gets shortlisted.
readerwriterville.wordpress.co

In the most recent links post at my blog, I talk about & link to posts on MacMillan's kneecapping of ebook lending to US libraries. And also the wild puppies of Madagascar (which we all need to see immediately and repeatedly).
readerwriterville.com/2019/08/

Yes, it is indeed a brick. Galley Beggar sent the flag with it. Nice touch. 😉

I posted a recipe at my blog for the first time in ages:

readerwriterville.com/2019/08/

It's a long ingredients list but it's easy to put together. And you can bake it if you don't have a grill.

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Hi. I'm new to this instance. My former account was @SlowRain.

I'm a Canadian expat teaching ESL in . My interests are:

(I also roast coffee at home)






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OK, I'm going in. 1000 pages, here I come. 😅

galleybeggar.co.uk/paperback-s

And thanks to Galley Beggar for sending me the ebook as an addition to the print copy, since I value my wrists.

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I so wish there were ways of sorting my library Overdrive wishlist. I want to search for books that will fit this month's challenges, but can only page through.

Anyone have a recommendation set in France? I've read all the Florand...

Liverpool FC sold its Melwood training facility (it's building a new one). It's to a not-for-profit to develop social housing, which is definitely a good thing. But Melwood has been part of for such a long time. Change. I hate change.

liverpoolfc.com/news/announcem

Wow. I didn't realize that Mastodon will now let you edit and repost a toot. That's awesome. I can clean up my typos and add forgotten hashtags!

It works best if you realize you want to edit it right after you post, because you lose your boosts and favourites when you redo the toot.

Another Booker longlist review: My Sister the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite:

readerwriterville.com/2019/07/

I really liked this book. I would love to see it make the shortlist. It's short and easy to read, but it has many layers. Very good debut novel.

I reviewed John Lanchester's The Wall today at my blog. It's the 3rd of my Booker longlist reads:

readerwriterville.com/2019/08/

I mostly liked it, but it had some problems. My guess is it won't make the shortlist.

It's Women in Translation month! Here is a list of books eligible for the WiT Prize, awarded by Warwick Univ. (dreaded PDF format):
warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/wo

I've read a few and have a few on my TBR. Will try to read at least a couple of them this month.

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