It's still technically Saturday (MST in the US) -- I was really tired last night (fell asleep with my laptop on my lap and this post open and empty) and super busy today. But now, just under the wire: The 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:
- The Ultimate List of Fiction Books You Should Read At Least Once in Your Life -- Literary Titan brings us the ginormous list that This is Writing assembled. I haven't had a chance to dig deep on this list -- but it's thought-provoking at least.
- Why Teens Find The End Of The World So Appealing -- NPR has an interesting idea or two about why Teens dig Dystopian novels
- Say My Name: A pronunciation guide to 15 tongue-tripping names in Fantasy and Sci-Fi -- there's a couple in here that helped me (would've helped me more years ago . . . )
- Matt Shakman To Direct TriStar’s ‘The Phantom Tollbooth’ Adaptation -- No slight to Shakman, but man . . . this idea makes me nervous.
- Do not f*** with Jane Austen Twitter -- AV Club talks about some of the responses to the Washington Post's unfortunate recent tweet about Austen
- 50 Hilariously Honest New Titles For Your Favourite Books -- I think I posted an abbreviated version of this list a couple of weeks ago, but I'm too tired to see if that's the case. Either way, you probably missed a chuckle or two the last time you went through these.
- The Twisted Path by Harry Connolly -- I liked this a whole lot, a new novella in the Twenty Palaces series, one of my favorites and I love seeing a bit of new life in it. Which you can read more about here, in yesterday's post