And here is a Facebook site of the subway readers. I love seeing people of all ages reading on the subway, totally absorbed, sometimes with book titles showing, sometimes not.
Sam has an interesting, and a bit disturbing, post about the way our Kindle and Nook e- readers provide information about our reading choices and habits.
Letters from a Hill Farm found Midnight in Peking as interesting as I did. Click the link to read her review; my review is here. Author Paul French happens on an account of an unsolved murder in Peking in 1937 and investigates the story.
French uncovers a great deal of information and relates this true crime story, revealing the time period and the cover-ups, in an entirely readable way.
Another gem via Read in a Single Sitting: Ten Unusual Micro Libraries. I Love this one...
Photo by SuperFurryLibrarian/Flickr
This is the kind of thing that occupies me when I don't want to write reviews.