Cognitive Connection, April 30

Cognitive Connection. Thinking. Image courtesy of stock.xchng®This week has flown by—and, yet, seemed really long. Maybe it’s because Denver weather is fluctuating between a sunny, 80 degrees and snow. Yup, snow. Monday (and May) will dawn with two big projects kicking off, so I’m going to enjoy this weekend while I can, despite the weather. I hope you enjoy your weekend, too.

If you have the time, I recommend these reads.

  • The Book Butterfly—Guest Post with Allison Winn Scotch, Author of Time of My Life For those of you who’ve read Time of My Life and/or are a fan of Allison’s writing, you’ll enjoy this post in which she’s asked what she would do differently with her life if she could go back seven years. (It’s related to the plot of Time of My Life.)

Your turn. Any great reads that you’d like to share with your fellow readers? Print counts, too. If you’re hooked on a new book or loved an article or essay in a magazine, include it here. Please share in the comments below. Thanks!

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3 thoughts on “Cognitive Connection, April 30

    • Alle again.

      Upcoming “How I Got That Story” interviews include Michael Czyzniejewski {Editor of Mid-American Review and author of the short story collection Elephants in the Bedroom}, sci-fi superstar Kij Johnson, and YA/chick-lit-er Anjali Banerjee.

      All three interviews are good to go, so I am taking votes on which should post first. Votes can be tallied here or over at my blog. That number again:
      http://allehall.wordpress.com

      ACH

  1. Alle C. Hall, here, the evil, type-addicted genius behind the “How I Got That Story” above-referenced interview w/Michelle Goodman. I wanted to let your readers know that “HIGTS” is a regular feature on m’blog:

    http://allehall.wordpress.com

    This blog addresses questions writers, parents, and former children have about childhood: your own, your children’s, your parents; and the writing/publishing questions related to.

    We have a zinging conversation going about the ethics of blogging about one’s children. drop on by and spout off.

    Thanks for your eyeballs,
    Alle

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