Bookish Notes and Links - Crime Fiction and Ancient Wisdom

Sigh! Just finished Nalini Singh's Archangel's Light (#14 in the Guild Hunter) about Illium and Aodhan and fills in their backstory. Already looking forward to reading it again.

I making major progress with my current WIP, so I had some time to to browse the interweb. Which brings us to NaNoWriMo. I'll only be participating in spirit due to being elbow deep in rewriting and editing said WIP. 

However for those of you who are, here are 7 Novels About Writers to Inspire You This NaNoWriMo

Bookish love with an Ode to Librarians: 6 Books Dedicated to a Love of Literature. I have the Bad Ass Librarians of Timbuktu on my shelves.

Maria of Brainpickings is celebrating her 15th anniversary and decided to change the name to The Marginalian. Have enjoyed reading her posts for quite some time. Lots to ponder and learn, along with getting caught up in following multiple rabbit trails.

For crime fiction aficionado's I know October is almost over, but check out October's Best International Crime Fiction. And for November, the ones to look forward to.

Here's something I stumbled across which history buffs will appreciate. Ancient Wisdom for Modern Readers.

And from one of my favorite authors, Jayne Ann Krentz mulls over how she lost control of her Jayne Castle World. Two words - Dust bunnies. 🙂

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