Some interesting stuff this week:
- It's Banned Books Week in the US Sept 29- Oct 6. Celebrate your right and read something dirty.
- Punctuation is in the news. Some people want to abolish the apostrophe or are just angry about misused quotation marks. I admit I misuse quotation marks (hangs head in shame).
- And in related news, Sept 24 was National Punctuation Day. These photos are cute.
- The Tudors (the series) is starting on CBC Oct 2. Looking forward to a hot (but loony) Henry VIII.
- Becky is hosting a Mini Book Review Challenge. Sounds do-able.
- This is a cool challenge: Every Month is a Holiday. Choose your reading according to a monthly holiday. Hosted by Kim.
- Scribbit is hosting a Winter Bazaar. It sounds like a lot of fun.
- And finally, Carl as part of the RIP2 Challenge is hosting a flash fiction contest that is quite a challenge. I'm creating mine soon.