10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in May 2020

Post Round-Up

Around the Blogosphere

  1. Interesting Literature explores: “What is literary allusion?”
  2. Katie provides tips for reaching your writing goals.
  3. Margaret suggests ways Goodreads can improve.
  4. May recommends books by Asian authors.
  5. Interesting Literature lists 10 Eighteenth-Century Novels Everyone Should Read.
  6. Alice explains why she doesn’t have a favorite author.
  7. The Orangutan Library discusses why it’s okay to be wrong.
  8. Kelly ranks and analyzes her favorite Markus Zusak books.
  9. Nandini gives tips for reading more diversely.
  10. Lisa is tired of creepy people on Goodreads.
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10 thoughts on “10 Interesting Posts You May Have Missed in May 2020

  1. Jenna @ Falling Letters says:

    I will have to read the post about Goodreads. I know a lot of people have complaints about it, but I don’t know what those complaints are, haha (apart from being owned by Amazon). The site works pretty well for me. I agree the app leaves much to be desired, though…


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