Friday Links: Chicago, Ideal Bookshelf, and Cocktails

by Erynn

Greetings from Chicago! I’m publishing today’s post remotely while I’m away on a business trip.

I wish I could stay for the weekend and cheer on my friend who’s running in the Chicago Marathon. But alas, I’m flying back to New York tonight. Hope you all had a happy and productive week.

This week’s Book Links: 

If you’re looking for some fun book artwork, my friend Janee sent me this link where you can order prints of your favorite books or pre-arranged sets. My ideal bookshelf painting would include The Alchemist, On the Road, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, A Moveable Feast, Lolita, 1Q84, A Room of One’s Own, and The Autobiography of Malcolm X. How about you?

I loved Zadie Smith’s Rules of Writing, especially #1.

My co-worker, Lauren, sent me this great link: cocktails with books. It’s on the verge of infringing on a brilliant business plan I have in my head. Guess I better get to work on that business plan for real.

On that note, cheers to the weekend.  Treat yourself to a delicious cocktail, or two.  I leave with you a few more pictures of Chicago from my trip last year. 


5 thoughts on “Friday Links: Chicago, Ideal Bookshelf, and Cocktails

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