It's Canada Day! Time for BBQs and beer! (I don't actually like beer which is very un-Canadian.) And maple leaf temporary tattoos and excessive use of white and red. Yay! I'm not sure what we'll be doing today but we will enjoy it, even if it's just sitting out looking at those patio lanterns (Kim Mitchell reference).
Anyway what is happening in the book world?
*Since it is Canada Day, you might like to join the 5th Canadian Book Challenge.
*Is this really a reason to dig up human remains? To see if Shakespeare used weed? Really?
*Somehow, someway, someone has linked the newest British royal to Jane Austen. Lady Catherine de Bourgh is not amused.
*Philip Roth stopped reading fiction because he's old? I don't see how age and reading fiction relate, my 80+ mother-in-law reads a lot of fiction.
*This might be totally crazy but now you can cover Twitter's "Who to Follow" with "Whom to Follow."
*Grammar is the IT topic this week: the Oxford Comma ain't going nowhere. Put down the pitchforks now, please.
*Etsy Love: I adore these bookshelves from Wonderland Furniture, especially the green one.
Have a great weekend!