The blog is curling up with a holiday read, a cup of cocoa, and a cozy blanket, and will exist in a state of hibernation until Monday, January 22. Professor Denning, Kim, and I hope you all have a wonderful, restorative break. Happy Holidays, everyone!
Saturday was a beautiful day in the city, was it not? Snowman-makers and selfie-takers took the pond by storm in Central Park: families set up impromptu photo shoots with wiggly, giggly babies; teenagers face-planted in the snow trying to snowboard on skateboards; a young girl dusted flyaway snow from a portrait of Elsa emblazoned on her jacket. Continue reading “Quote of the Week | Hans Christian Andersen”
I don’t know about you, but I subscribe to a number of book-related newsletters. I like the way they balance-out the news, university, and bill notifications that ding into my inbox each day. Shelf Awareness is one such newsletter recommended by Professor Denning. It publishes two newsletters a week: one for general readers, geared towards book discovery, and one for industry professionals, geared towards sales. Continue reading “Link of the Week | Shelf Awareness”