Odds 'n ends over the week about books and reading that caught my eye. You've probably seen some/most/all of them, but just in case:
- Book bloggers are real readers -- was unaware of this controversy, or whatever you want to call it. Still I've enjoyed some of the response to it this week, like this one.
- How Does Reading Level Matter in Fiction? -- can't stand what my kids' English teachers are doing to them when it comes to "reading levels." There's a lot of fodder for my rants (and against them) here.
- Eight Characters From Literature We Love To Hate
- Dusk City Outlaws -- a Kickstarter for an interesting looking fantasy game.
- What You Break by Reed Farrel Coleman -- Gus Murphy returns for another mystery/exploration of grief. Which is a bad description (still, pretty accurate), I think I did better in my original post
- All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai -- Mastai's debut time travel novel that I'm really rabid about, as you can read about here
- The Turn by Kim Harrison -- the prequel to Harrison's Hollows/Rachel Morgan series.
- Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman -- do I have to say anything?
Lastly, I'd like to say hi and welcome to iosappdevelopmentcompanyinbangaloreblog for following the blog this week.