We've spent a lot of time this week trying to beat the heat while we beat our deadlines. This coming week is a bit sparse in terms of weekday literary activity, but that doesn't mean we don't have plenty for you enjoy!
Since it's a quiet week in terms of literary events before Friday, so why not take the writers with you on your commute or a stroll through the neighborhood? There's a genre for everyone on the Free Library's Author Events podcast, which is available for free download. You can catch up on talks with a plethora of authors, and prepare for the next author events, coming up in September.
If there's a boy in your family in 7th thru 12th grade, consider sending him to the Boys Write Now free art & writing workshop, taking place Friday, August 16th at 10am. Held at the ImpactHUB, this event is for young men to play, tinker and make. The other two workshops held this summer filled to capacity, so get on this one ASAP!
Friday night, get your open mic on at 7:30pm in Germantown's LaRose Jazz Club with The Collective Poetry & All Artist Open Mic! Artists, authors, poets, comedians--all types are welcome to bring something to the stage. The Collective is also having a donation drive, so bring some new school supplies with you and give back to the local community while enjoying a great night of the arts.
This week in “Awesome Books You Can Get for Your Kindle for a Really Good Deal” (ABYCGFYKFARGD for short), don’t miss your chance to grab some great titles, all for under $4.00! You really have no excuse.
published by Eric Smith on August 6, 2014 - 10:09am
Instead of your weekly Wednesday tip from our Worst-Case series, we've got an eBook deal for you!
The Complete Worst-Case Scenario Handbook has been selected for an eBook promotion lasting the entire month of August. All month long you can grab the eBook for only $2.99 across all major eBook retailers, including Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Kobo.
Here at Quirk, we celebrate books every day, but we are especially excited to celebrate on August 9th, National Book Lovers Day! Here are some of our favorite ways to celebrate books, paired with some of our most cherished books about booklovers!
Lollipop: a sweet, nearly magical candy on a stick. It used to be you could get at the bank just for using their services, or for being good at the doctor or dentists office (though this was probably a sly plan to encourage repeat business).
But now that you're a full-grown geek it's time to learn how to make your own lollies, and more important still, how to flavor them to match your favorite fandoms.