Literary Friday ya’ll….



literary friday

It’s the last #literaryfriday of 2013. Pause for sadness. Ok, I’m alright now. Because next #literaryfriday- the new year will be just beginning- and we’ll still be loving our resolutions. And life will be good.


1. Deep South Mag– for this week’s #literaryfriday looks back over the year of 2013 Arts and Lit news. And, oh what a year it has been! From interviewing Shirley Ann Grau, to tearing down Tara, to debuting 2 stellar Reading Lists, and more- Deep South Mag was THE spot for #southernlit news.


2. Books Speak Volumes is counting down the days to #JazzAgeJanuary! Want to join in? Just use Mr. Linky at BSV- and make January all about the jazz age. I might need to brush up on my Jazz Age language before I go to the speakeasy 😉


3. Want to participate in a GREAT blog hop? You do, you totally do (I can just tell these things!) Get thee over there to Closed The Cover for New Year New Authors blog hop! Hurry- it begins December 31st!


4. I’m still toying with ya’lls emotions- but trust- some good things are coming to Traveling With T in January!


5. My #fridayreads- I just finished UNLEASHING MR. DARCY by Teri Wilson. Trying to decide if I should start TAKEDOWN 20 by Janet Evanovich next or THE GOLDFINCH by Donna Tartt, What are you reading?


Happy Reading!

4 thoughts on “Literary Friday ya’ll….

    • I’m excited as well! I’m def reading CALL ME ZELDA by Erika Robuck. Which I can’t wait to read as it’s been sitting on my TBR list for too long!

      I HAVE NOT read Rules of Civility (but I remember you talking about it!) and IF I can fit in 1 more for Jazz Age- that may be the one.

      • That’ll def be the 1 (if I can fit another in between review reading/Unofficial Booktopia Reading- I have 2 CHUNKSTERS to read (The Son and The Goldfinch).

        I looked over Leah’s suggestions- and really Call Me Zelda was the only 1 that really appealed to me (I’d already read The Other Typist). I was considering reading The Wife, The Maid, & The Mistress (but I think it’s actually set in the 30’s as opposed to the 20’s).

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