Friday finds (gems I found around the Internet) #FF

Words are so powerful. Sometimes it doesn’t take very many words to make a huge impact. Never was that so evident as in this short, short story by James McEwan:

“Let the stars decide”

Or, in this (very) short poem called

Peaceful Silence

If you’ve lost faith in humanity, it will be restored instantly by reading these tweets:

Pinpricks of light amid the darkness

Here is just one example:

Were you a big fan of Jamie Dornan in “The Fall“?  I was. I’m excited to learn that he will be starring in an Irish period drama “Death and Nightingales“. The revenge drama also stars another of my favourite actors, Matthew Rhys. I only hope it will be available in Canada at some point… Watch the YouTube trailer.

Twelve Facts about the sense of TASTE

As a retired public library employee, I got a huge kick out of this site:

Love the Liberry

Finally, some Jokes/Tweets that will tickle your book lover’s funny bone. Here is an example:

A photographer traveled the world to find the most beautiful libraries. Click the link to see over 40 libraries that he chose. Here is one example:

That’s it folks. A little Friday diversion. We book bloggers can’t talk about books all the time can we??? Oops… I guess a few of these were about books…

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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12 Responses to Friday finds (gems I found around the Internet) #FF

  1. What a fun post! CG Drews is one of my favorite Tweeter’s (Twitterers? Tweeps???). So witty and always about the books and/or writing books. Twitter intrigues and terrifies me, so I love people who seem to have an innate talent for it.

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  2. carhicks says:

    Great post Lynne. I am now following Love the Liberry. What a hoot.


  3. Yes! the tweet about the grandmother and the dog–and what a heartwrenching photo. So sweet. Thank you.


  4. Intentergy says:

    These all cheered me up, but “Love the Liberry” made me laugh out loud. I am totally going to share this with my Research Writing class. I just took them on a trip to two college libraries to find sources.

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  5. James McEwan says:

    Thank for reading my flash fiction, or do they call it a Drabble.

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  6. I really liked the tweet about the grandmother and the dog. It indeed restored my faith in goodness. I am a big fan of Jamie Dornan. I appreciated his role in “The Fall”. Looking forward to seeing him more on screen.

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