Yeah, I’ve got nothin.’
Seems most of this week’s bookish news centered around Comic-Con (which is just depressing if you can’t be there to enjoy the frivolity), or the news that The Cuckoo’s Calling was not written by former Royal Military Police member Robert Galbraith after all, but J.K. Rowling. In regard to that last bit, I read “Richard Brooks, the Sunday Times’ arts editor, told NPR in a phone interview that ‘it was frankly too good for a book by an unknown first-time author.'” I’m hoping that’s a misquote, because, really?
So, did I miss anything?
If not, perhaps we should make up our own bookish news . . . or, you know, share what we plan to read over the weekend and call it a day.