Happy Friday, Savvy Readers! We hope you’re having an amazing week so far. It’s been a bit rainy here in Toronto, but we see it as the perfect excuse to cozy up and read. Of course, it’s also a great time to get caught up on your weekly book news! So, keep reading or “Bookmark” this post for later to see what bookish news caught our eye this week.
1. Tips on How to Read A Book a Week
Image via: GQ
50 Book Pledge goal, here we come! This week, GQ shared their strategy on “how to read a whole damn book every week.” Want to learn how? Find out their secret here and see how Savvy Reader Danielle was able to read 5 books in a week here!
Hi Savvy Readers! The weekend is finally here and — even better — it’s a long weekend, which means there’s more time for reading and catching up on this week’s book news. Of course, this is never a difficult task because we’re here every week to give you the best bookish news, links, and photos of the week! So, without further ado, here are this week’s Bookmarks:
1. Killer Writers Team Up for Killer Crime Club
What happens when amazing crime writers come together? Killer Crime Club! It’s true – Killer Crime Club features some of our favourite female crime, thriller, and mystery writers and you can be a part of it all! Join the club here and participate in the first Killer Crime Club meeting — featuring Sara Paretsky and Jacqueline Winspear — at the Appel Salon in Toronto on April 19th. Find out more about the event here!
Hi there, Savvy Readers! I hope you’re having a fantastic Friday so far. If you’re new to Bookmarks, this is where we share our favourite bookish news stories, links, and photos of the week. So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get started!
1. Watch: HCC March Madness Champion Announced via Facebook Live
Another #HCCMarchMadness is complete! Yesterday, our friends at HarperCollins Canada revealed the HCC March Madness winner on Facebook Live. Did you miss it? Click here to see who the new Shelf of Famer is and here to learn more about the book. Did your favourite book win? Who were you voting for?