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Friday procrastination: link love – Sarah Palin, Stephanie Meyer, and space shuttles

by Cassie, Publicity

I don’t know about y’all, but this week has been very, very long for me. Luckily, it’s almost over! Hopefully these links will help you get through the rest of Friday. If not, well, you have more problems than I can help you with.

Rest in peace, Eden Ross Lipson.

Did you miss this one? I did. Browning’s birthday was last week.

Like YA author Rick Riordan? Sad that he finished the last book in his Olympians series? Here are videos to tide you over until the next great YA book comes out!

Having trouble getting a publisher for your book? You’re not alone. So did some now-famous authors.

Get some inspiration on what to do with your tiny apartment!

Eating disorders can also kill your sex drive.

Sarah Palin’s writing a memoir. Will you buy it?

Stephanie Meyer wins author of the year at the Choice Children’s book awards.

A new collaborative blog for women has launched: Double X.

Blogging for Academics: future OUP author Jeffrey Wasserstrom (China in the 21st Century) looks at ten misconceptions historians make about blogging.

There’s a possibility the space shuttle Intrepid may land in the Hudson. I so hope that happens.

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