Saturday, June 15, 2019

The Bookbag * Link Love


Here you go ... a bit of a mini-version of The Bookbag on this busy June weekend ... the 11 mighty fine creativity, reading, and writing links I've scooped up in recent weeks.

Enjoy!

Jean Wise

Seth Godin

Sarah Geringer

Lucy Moore

Melissa Laliberte

Anne Bogel

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Bob Sheldon

Anne Bogel

Gretchen Rubin

Kira Bridges




What are you paging through these days?  Please share your own bookish links in the comment section.  I'd love for my readers to get to know you!
Linda


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26 comments:

  1. I've followed Jean Wise for ages, and absolutely love her blog and her books. Trying to catch up with lots of things since we just got back from the mountains yesterday afternoon. Whew! A whirlwind, but so much fun!
    Blessings, Linda!

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    1. Welcome back! It's amazing what a day or two out of town can do do for body and soul ...

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  2. wow I read your blog to find some neat reading and didn't expect to find my own blog. Thanks for the mention and the encouragement!! So glad we have connected.

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    1. I'm so excited to share your wonderfully creative post, Jean! It made me smile and sparked some inspiration ...

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  3. I loved Jean's post on Whimsey too. Seth Godin always has great advice. Love the Ten words per page. I always love these posts, Linda! Thanks for sharing your good finds.

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    1. Wouldn't it be fun to all sit around in person yakking away about all our gleanings!

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  4. Linda, thanks for sharing these links! I'm going to check out some of them later, but I just read the one from Kira Bridges, and oh, it helped my soul to breathe a little more easily. Such a great post! I plan to read more of these a little later on. Thanks for compiling so many great resources in one place, my friend!

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    1. Yes please to giving each other and our own selves a bit of grace and space this summer.

      I do believe I feel a post coming on right about now, Jeanne!

      ;-)

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  5. Thanks, Linda, for inspiration and recommendations!

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  6. Thanks for sharing, Linda. I am currently reading "The Wisdom of Nature". After reading 3 fantastic books in a row, I think this one is just OK.

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    1. Yeah, after a bunch of fabulous books, it's always disappointing to run into a bit of a clunker ...

      ;-(

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  7. Just read a book titled Lisette’s List by S. Vreeland. I discovered the art work of Marc Chagall, C├ęzanne, Pissarro and their French influence to the art world. Vreeland has an artistic “eye” and her writing to me drips with artistic flavors.

    Linda, remember Potato Peel Society ... well Meet me at the Museum is another epistolary book that has a very interesting metaphor about raspberries.

    Happy Reading!

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    1. Dripping with artistic flavors.

      Raspberries.

      It all sounds scrumptious, Buds ...

      ;-)

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  8. Thanks for some encouragement to use my summer leisure moments more profitably:) (I am a "best of intentions" reader)!! HA!

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    1. Even the phrase 'summer leisure moments' relaxes me ...

      ;-)

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  9. Hi, there! I was so happy to read about you on Martha's blog today! To know that you open your blog for prayer requests is so wonderful! I know I have seen you name somewhere before, but somehow I don't ever remember having come here to visit your lovely blog. May the Lord bless you for your giving heart. I will be following you now. :) So wonderful to meet you!

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    1. Cheryl, thanks! I'm so glad you're here ...

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  10. Thanks for the recommendations, Linda. You always have inspiring reads listed. Many blessings to you!

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    1. Oh I'm glad you've found something good here, Boma ...

      ;-)

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  11. I always love a good roundup! That post by Seth Godin about 10 Words was great! I love simple help! I read a great little book this week called "Steal Like an Artist." It was fantastic!

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    1. I've been enjoying the creativity of your posts, Rebecca!

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  12. Saved several of these articles to go back and read later. Thanks. Visiting you today from the Let's Have Coffee link up. laurensparks.net

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    1. Hi Lauren! I'm always happy when a reader discovers a link that's worth coming back to ...

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  13. So many good links to peruse! Thank you for sharing.

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