Thursday, January 17, 2013

Goodbye, Ape

This blog got me started. And it's time to officially let it go.

I write about books and reading every day for Book Riot. I've long been thinking how to keep The Reading Ape going, but anything I would do here, I can do there. And Book Riot is a significant part of my professional life now.

But I do want to keep a personal blog, so I've started a new little site: Critical Linking. It'll be about books, reading, publishing, media, and a few other personal interests. Short forms, brief commentary, the occasional longer piece. Stuff that's maybe a little too insidery for the general reader (that stuff will go to Book Riot) and maybe a little more opinionated. Or not.

If you want to keep up with me, Twitter is the best way...the Ape will live on as I keep the same handle: @readingape.

Critical Linking will have its own Twitter feed, which will just be new posts on it: @crit_linking.

Thanks so much for reading.


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