Hello, dear readers! In celebration of Banned Books Week, I wanted to share this post I wrote last year of my thoughts on the event and ways to celebrate.
Stay tuned next week for a new blog post on what I’ve been up to lately. 🙂
Enjoy Banned Books Week–read something controversial and push your comfort zones–that’s when we grow the most. 🙂
Image courtesy of www.bannedbooksweek.org
Hello, readers! Happy Friday!
Tomorrow marks the end of Banned Books Week, which you can read about in my previous post. It’s an important holiday to me, as both a reader and a writer.
And there’s still plenty of time to celebrate. Since it’s Friday, I know you’re in the mood to party. Here are some exciting ways to kick off your weekend.
Check out the “Fun & Games” section of Marquette University’s Banned Books feature. You’ll find a word search, a crossword puzzle, and a trivia quiz!
If that quiz isn’t enough for you, try The Guardian’s “Banned Books and Censorship” quiz. No need to study, but you will see the answer to one of those questions by the end of this post. 😉
And to find out just how you rank as a banned books reader, take…
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