March 20, 2020

You know, I generally aim to give you something that engages you in my weekly posts, something that captures your attention and perhaps distracts you from the everyday. That seems especially important right now, so I hope the following links help you out amid all the u...

March 13, 2020

Welcome back, everyone! I hope you’re all doing well—mentally and physically—amid all the coronavirus woes. This week, I spent my internet time trying to avoid the news in favour of lighter fare, so now I’ll share my findings with you!

This week’s bookish content includ...

March 6, 2020

Welcome back, everyone! This week, I’m sharing a look at a trend in kidlit, an examination on author obligations, a story about a teen bookstagrammer, and an update on the London Book Fair.

Kid’s Books on the Environment

Image: Greta and the Giants, inspired by Greta Thu...

February 27, 2020

Hello, readers! If you’ve been around awhile, you know the deal. It’s time for Around the Web, our weekly roundup of bookish news and content.

This week, I’m sharing a post on what to think about before you start writing a novel, a look at how three self-publishing auth...

February 21, 2020

This week we’ve got booknooks, commonly misused English phrases, a repurposed Italian manuscript, and results of a survey about disabilities in children's books

February 14, 2020

Hello all, welcome back to Around the Web, your weekly roundup of all things story, literary, and bookish from across the internet.

This week, I’m sharing an examination of the strong female lead, a new literary prize, a manuscript heist story, and a writing blog post....

February 7, 2020

Welcome back, readers! This week’s I’m sharing a personal column by A.H. Reaume on disability and ableism, a look at Barnes and Noble’s controversial diversity project, a bunch of Black History month reading recommendations, and a short appreciation post on bookish fri...

January 30, 2020

Happy Friday all! Let’s jump right into this week’s Around the Web post where I share stories on fonts, diversity, Nancy Drew, and ALA awards.

Author Font Preferences

Author Sean Richardson asked Twitter, “which font and which size do you write in?” The answers came pour...

January 23, 2020

Welcome back, readers! And if you’re new here, this is our weekly round up of bookish content from across the internet. I hope you find something you enjoy!

This week, I’m sharing a look at tactile books, insight into a controversial way to handle long books, a spotligh...

January 17, 2020

Welcome back, readers! This week for Around the Web, I’m sharing a story about Goodnight Moon, an update on the Giller Prize, a look at Aussie fiction, and some thoughts on the Goodreads Challenge.

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon might be one of the best known children’s b...

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