Welcome to my Weekly Roundup where each Saturday, I post links to things I shared on social media throughout the week that I thought were interesting. I’ll also include book news, cover reveals, and more goodies.
So on to the roundup.
15 Things I Thought Were Worth Sharing
- There’s a few nuggets here: 10 Regrets Too Many People Will Have in 10 Years
- Thoughtful article: Sell This Book! Corporate publishing wants to turn all readers into renters. We’re trying to stop them.
- Just for fun: 35 Of The Funniest Things That People Accidentally Overheard Their Coworkers Say From Twitter’s #OverheardAtWork Trend
- Why can’t we sleep? How work schedules wreck our biological clocks.
- I could use a writer’s retreat right about now: The Benefits of a DIY Personal Writer’s Retreat
- Looking to improve your photography? Here are over 100 Photography Tips to Elevate your Photography
- How easy it really is to fall into the “perfect life” trap on Instagram
- The Productivity Gap – the disconnect between what we want (and sometimes need) to get done and what we actually can get done.
- Now you’ll be able to always identify those unknown birds: This App Identifies Birds by Their Songs
- Privacy Watch: A Slippery Slope? Apple Will Soon Snoop on Your Photos
- For something fun: ” From Harry Potter To Drag Superstar? Daniel Radcliffe Showcases His Drag Talents & Rump Shaking In The Newest ‘Miracle Workers’ Episode”
- Fantastic! I’ve always loved Mercedes Lackey’s books: LGBTQ-inclusive Valdemar fantasy universe is finally coming to television
- Not all fun is created equal: The Fun Scale: Understanding Types of “Fun”
- Explore what living the van life trend is like with an Australian photographer: Van Life in Australia with Photographer Charlie Blacker
- Netflix’s ‘Pray Away’ looks behind the curtain of the ‘ex-gay’ movement. Filmmaker Kristine Stolakis said she was driven to explore the controversial movement after the sudden death of her uncle, a conversion therapy survivor.
Oh, and in case you missed it: Imagine my surprise! “Facebook Bans Vaccine Hoax Researchers, Blames FTC”