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  • It's National Beer Day, and social distancing can't stop us from collectively cracking open a bottle of beer and drinking together, alone in our own homes. So grab your favorite beer and—wait a minute, something's not right. These beer bottles seem to have something...literary going on.

    Which bookish beer bottle label is your favorite? Let us know on Twitter @quirkbooks!

  • In this time of quarantine and social distancing, it can be easy to lose track of the day of the week – or the last time you called your best friend. Which is why we’re proposing a virtual hangout with purpose. A #Couchella, if you will – but way more literary. Throw a bookish party from the comfort (and safety) of your own home. Because we all know how wonderful it is to make an extrovert’s day.

  • Photo by Skitterphoto from Pexels

    This past Saturday was School Librarian Appreciation Day, but with most schools closed across the country – and others turning to remote learning – it may have been difficult to appreciate your school librarians from afar. Here at Quirk, we see our librarians as warriors and teachers, purveyors of knowledge and the written word. Which is why we’ve come up with five completely remote ways to say a loud and heartfelt “Thank you!”

  • On Friday the 13th, many tattoo shops offer $13 tattoos from a flash board. In the past we've created Literary Tattoos, AKA tattoo designs with a literary theme, but this year we're going with ALL Quirk books. Find out more about the book that goes with each tattoo design below!

  • Today is World Kindness Day, and we have the perfect book line up to help spread kindness wherever you go. 

  • What's up next on the TBR list for the author of For Your Consideration: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson? Let's find out!

     

    Hey Tres! If you were stranded on Mars and could only have one book to read, what would it be?

    American Gods. It's so rereadable and, maybe most importantly given the situation, it's pretty long.

     

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