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Tuesday Fun

January 14, 2014

Happy Tuesday, dear readers! I hope that your day is going well and your week is shaping up to be a good week. I have a small assortment of fun stuff to provide a nice break for your day. Let’s get to it.

If you wear scarves, or have a friend that likes to wear scarves, please share this video: 25 different ways to wear a scarf. Especially with it being winter, scarves are an essential in my wardrobe and I loved learning some new ways to wear them. I’m looking forward to changing up my look a bit using the instructions from this video.

This last week has been a bit of a creative writing/authors/reading-focused kind of week with my husband’s friend in town promoting her second book, Shadowplay. (I’m currently reading it after having read Laura Lam’s first book Pantomime in the day before her book launch so I would know what people were talking about. It was a lovely book and I’m looking forward to getting further into her second book.) So with that backstory, it was funny that this article from Gizmodo popped up in my feeds on an algorithm for calculating if your novel will be a best seller. Not sure about how this algorithm would work when placed against current best-selling works, given the study used books available via Project Gutenberg, but it is an interesting concept.

Also, if you want to read more about Shadowplay or hear more about what Laura Lam is doing, check out her blog.

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day and week. I’ll be back on Friday with more news and notes. Allons-y!

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