The Sunday Post // July 10, 2016

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It’s been another productive week here at Comma Hangover. Here are some of the highlights from this week.

This Week on Comma Hangover

Sunday: The Sunday Post // July 3, 2016
Monday: The Coffee Book Tag
Tuesday: Audiobook Review: The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown | Burn, Rewrite, Reread Tag
Wednesday: Waiting on Wednesday // Sirius by Jonathan Crown
Thursday: Book Traveling Thursdays // A Book With an Eye Candy Cover
Friday: The Harry Potter Spells Book Tag
Saturday: 3 Days, 3 Quotes // Some Thoughts On Shakespeare | Review: Prom and Other Hazards by Jamie Sullivan


What Else Have I Been Up To

Here are some new posts of mine up on Tell-Tale TV this week!

I revisited Grey’s Anatomy with a quiz! You can take the quiz here and see how well you know the doctors of Grey-Sloan Memorial.

On Wednesday I reviewed Pretty Little Liarswith an episode that frankly, spent a lot of time spinning its wheels.

I also covered episode 8 and 9 of Orange is the New Black this week. The episodes include the establishment of a “school” at Litchfield and the Dominicans artfully avoiding pat downs.


From the Blogosphere:

Shelley Motz wrote a beautiful essay called “Derailed by History” for THE FEM. It’s a real eye-opening essay and I recommend giving it a read.

Chloe Metzger wrote this beautifully peace about post-university depression! It’s a dialogue and discussion that should had so give it a read and join in if you haven’t yet.

Esther @ Chapter Adventures discusses the pros and cons of disclosing plot twists in reviews. I personally don’t like when someone discloses a plot twist but sometimes it does help me get into a title that I wouldn’t have read before.

Pamela @ A Writer’s Tale discusses Bookstagram: Consistency vs. Theme. Interesting discussion if you’re considering or have a bookstagram account.

Salma @ Up ‘Til Midnight discusses “Why We Fall In Love with Fictional Characters!”  isn’t that a problem that plagues us all?

Politics, Polymers, and Dresses talks about a need for reviews with more substance. While I can enjoy a good fluffy beach read as much as the next girl, I do think we need to read books a little more closely for things like social justice.

Molly @ Molly’s Book Nook discusses success and how we define our blogs as successful.


Around the Internet

Picking up a heist narrative? Check out this article: ‘The Unusual Suspects: Why Heist Narratives Hold for Women.’

The New Yorker published a piece about ‘How Craft Brewer Advance Science, and Make Better Beer.’ I don’t drink beer buy given the varieties out now I am hopeful I will find one that I like.

The Establishment published a piece that speaks to a universal truth! The fact is: ‘You Don’t Have to Be an A**hole.”

Check out the ‘Wheel of Feminist Fortune’ published by B*tch Media this week!


What have you been up to this week? Share your accomplishments with me and let me know what you’ve been reading.

Published by Lauren Busser

Lauren Busser is a fiction writer and essayist. She is an associate editor at Tell-Tale TV, where she writes about all things tv. She has had fiction appear in five : 2 : one magazine’s #thesideshow and her nonfiction has appeared in Bitch Media and The Hartford Courant. You can find her talking about tv, film, and knitting on Twitter @LaurenBusser.

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