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#FridayReads: J. K. Rowling picks

Albert Whitman’s Associate Editor Kristin Zelazko  joins us for this week’s #FridayReads! Take it away, Kristin! 

I resisted at first. No, that’s not true. I resisted for a very long time. 454 more words

Book News

Open Market in Waegwan

We found out that there was an open market not to far from where we’re currently staying (Camp Carroll Army Lodge). Apparently it’s open on days ending in a 1 or a 6. 495 more words

Day 7 - Operation dicestorm

The day started with another free walking tour, this time around the herbal medicine market. The tour guide didn’t have as good English as the previous one however it was nice to see a less touristy area of Seoul. 246 more words

What I'm Reading: Thursday November 13

This is the first of what I plan to be a regular series of posts about the books I’m currently reading, what I’ve recently completed, and what’s next in my TBR queue. 286 more words

Authors

Made by insects

Designer Marlene Huissoud does have a very special way of making objects. She uses insects as a part of the design process. For het concept From Insects she uses the natural waste of insects for creating valuable objects. 180 more words

Living

2. 0 photos: the "DuAle, dual, 2Al" series.

In this project, I wish to observe the world with a dual aim: 1. to reflect my condition where I am both a photographer and an observer in search of an equilibrium between… 146 more words

DuAle

The Silkworm by JK Rowling

Once again writing as Robert Galbraith, JK Rowling writes a mind-blowing sequel of the previous book: ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling

When novelist Owen Quine goes missing once again, people think he is throwing one of his tantrums, but Owen’s wife gets mysterious as days pass and decides to call in a private investigator- Cormoran Strike, the protagonist of the novel. 139 more words