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 Crime Hub—launched this week and I predict I'll use it frequently










  • Ten Problems Only Booksharks Have—1. I like the term "bookshark," it may quickly replace "bookwyrm/bookdragon" as my go-to. 2. I'm not sure these are problems, aren't they just a thumbnail sketch of my personality?



* Which I heartily endorse and enjoy.


  • Drinks with Tony: Robert Crais – #49—On Facebook, Crais said: " This is one of my favorite podcast interviews, gang. I think you’ll agree." I do agree—not just regarding interviews with Crais, either.



  • The Bitterst Pill by Reed Farrel Coleman—Coleman's (sniff)last (sniff)Jesse Stone (sniff)novel (not the last in the series, I should stress). Opiods in Paradise—a strong one to go out on. Now I live in fear about the state of the series. Here's what I said about the book.




Source: http://irresponsiblereader.com/2019/09/14/saturday-miscellany-9-14-19