5 Interesting Links for 05-22-2020

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Coins (Ancient History)

Coins can give insight into the time of their minting as demonstrated in the examination of coins minted to commemorate the Bar Kokhba rebellion when Jews rebelled against Rome some two thousand years ago.
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/2000-year-old-coin-commemorates-jewish-rebellion-against-rome-180974920

Recycled (Art)

French artist Edouard Martinet creates startlingly realistic bug sculptures out of recycled metal parts.
https://mymodernmet.com/edouard-martinet-bug-sculptures/

Short Story (Fantasy)

Circus Girl, The Hunter, and Mirror Boy by JY Neon Yang has been on my TBR pile for over a year so I stopped by Tor.com to see if it was still available. I immediately fell into the story. It caught me so completely I could not turn away. This isn’t exactly a cheerful story, though it has moments, but it is compelling and powerful.
https://www.tor.com/2019/01/30/circus-girl-the-hunter-and-mirror-boy/

Habits (Finance)

Committing to any good habit is difficult, especially after the initial push wears off. This article gives suggestions for how to succeed with establishing good financial habits specifically, though the guidelines can work in other cases.
https://www.quicken.com/blog/build-good-financial-habits

Guest Posts (Marketing)

Author Phoebe Darqueling reviews the reasons for doing guest posts as part of your fiction marketing plan in the first in a series of essays on guest posts.
https://phoebedarqueling.com/2020/03/31/guest-posts-like-a-pro-part-1/

How Beer Saved the World 2 edited by Phyllis Irene Radford

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1 Response to 5 Interesting Links for 05-22-2020

  1. David C. McGaffey says:

    The short story is captivating. The created world which shows bits of itself on the outskirts of the story is perhaps the best part. I can imagine dozens of stories within that world.

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