Cheri’s Bookmarks: February 2020

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Happy Tuesday, blog buddies! I thought it might be fun to share a few bits and bobs from my bookmarks, for those of you looking for something interesting to read this evening.


BBC Radio – The Purity Spiral

“Gavin Haynes heads into the eyes of two unlikely moral storms. He discovers bitter rows over diversity and racism in the world of Young Adult literature and Instagram knitting.”


Kameron Hurley – We Have Always Fought

“Language is a powerful thing, and it changes the way we view ourselves, and other people, in delightful and horrifying ways.”


Witcher’s Andrzej Sapkowski’s Honest Thoughts on Netflix Show

“We reached out to Andrzej Sapkowski, creator of The Witcher, to get his thoughts on the series and the fan resurgence it’s inspired. His answers were surprising.” (Cheri’s note: I LOLed.)


Wait but Why – Political Disney World

“Being challenged by people who didn’t agree with me made me realize I didn’t actually know anything—I just strongly believed a bunch of things.”


The Needling – Seattle Man Sells Out to Big Umbrella

“Frink said that he dabbled in umbrella use on a recent trip to Portland.”


Tim Ferris – 11 Reasons Not to Become Famous

Tim Ferris aptly explains why “becoming famous” is rightly one of my biggest fears.