In Review: The Week of September 9th

September 14, 2019

This week we paired our PSLs with some cool fall book covers, played casting director, spooked ourselves out for six books for Friday the 13th, and more!

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~ With TIFF underway and the red carpets rolled out, our casting directors Linda Leith Publishing dreamed up their own premiere, with this star-studded film adaptation of Wiebke von Carolsfeld's Claremont.

~ We spiced up our fall with more than just PSLs: check out our roundup of some of our fave book covers of the season.

~ In advance of #Inktober, we took a look at the design inspo that went into Sarah Leavitt's Agnes, Murderess (Freehand Books), a novel based on the bloody legend of roadhouse baddie Agnes MacVee.

~ We rounded up six spooky reads for Friday the 13th to read under last night's micromoon.

 

 

 

 

Around the Web

 

~ The study is in: reading before bed improves quality of sleep and reduces stress (and those who do it make more money?). 

~ If you have plans to watch It Chapter Two, beef up your knowledge of Stephen King's novel with this list of facts.

~ Hyper-efficient Bullet Journaling aka Bujo is a way of life for people, but is it productive? 

 

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In Case You Missed It (last week)

 

Our end-of-summer woes were staved off by a look ahead to one of our favourite times of year: fall books season. Check out our fall preview to see what's at the top of our TBR piles!

 

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