Friday, November 07, 2014

I'm the Queen of deNial Weekly Link Round-Up

What am I in denial about this week? The fact that I should be moving all my Christmas decorations from the storage unit to the house, that's what! Right now decorating for the holidays is one of the last things I want to do, and if that feeling continues, it will be Christmas Lite here at Casa Kittling. We shall see. 

Other than that, it's been a week of doctor appointments, haircuts, grocery shopping, and a mammogram. (Ladies... have you had yours this year???)

On to these links I've been keeping in the corral!

Books, Movies & Other Interesting Tidbits
  • If authors ordered at Starbucks
  • After seeing what the reintroduction of wolves did to improve the Yellowstone ecosystem, all I can say is leave the wolf wandering the Grand Canyon alone!
  • Benedict Cumberbatch talks about the last season of Sherlock.
  • Libraries are beginning to embrace tablets over eReaders.
  • Neil Gaiman shares 4 tips for reading stories to children.
  • Google Books has been updated for better non-fiction support.
  • J.K. Rowling has surprised fans by publishing 6 new essays on the Pottermore website.
  • Yahoo has launched a DIY digital magazine.
  • Mass market paperbacks aren't dead yet.
  • Tom Hanks has written a book of short stories.
  • A book that's 100 years older than the Magna Carta has gone digital.

Channeling My Inner Indiana Jones

The Happy Wanderer

I  ♥  Lists

Book Candy

That's all for now. Don't forget to stop by next Friday when I'll share a freshly selected batch of links for your surfing pleasure. Have a great weekend!


  1. Cathy - I know what you mean about being in denial about those chores. Once you get going on them, they're never as bad as they seem at first, but still.... Anyway, thanks for the links. I've been following the recent interest in Amelia Earhart's plane; how exciting if, after all these years, we were to get some answers.

    1. It would be nice to finally have answers, wouldn't it?

  2. Just so you know, yes I did have my mammogram and that makes it 14 years breast cancer free. Thanks for your lists, it is amazing what the internet can tell us.

    1. Fourteen years cancer free is fantastic, Judy! My own is almost four years now.


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