Thoughts for the week's end

Anne Trubek writes an excellent newsletter. In the most recent edition, she talks through some of the financial issues with literary awards. It focuses on Galley Beggar and their success with Ducks, Newburyport, a book released last year that was shortlisted for the Booker. I’m a perfect audience for this because I immediately pre-ordered Ducks,… Continue reading Thoughts for the week's end

Thoughts for the week's end

Once a week, on no particular day, I’ll manually navigate to the latest Books that made me piece at The Guardian. I’m a sucker for others’ perspectives on books. Sometimes this happens in a browser. Other times through the app. I have no bookmark or reminder. I tap, click, and scroll through the various screens… Continue reading Thoughts for the week's end

Thoughts for the week's end

I’ve started using NetNewsWire as a partial alternative to Feedly. It’s weird to say this, but even though I’m reading web content, I kind of like having a separate app for it outside of the browser. I also really enjoy that it’s free and open-source software. I reported for jury duty on Tuesday morning—my first… Continue reading Thoughts for the week's end