My week in books is a feature where I share things I’ve found interesting from the past week that concern books, literature and all things book blogging.
Roald Dahl Day was this week, celebrating the work of one of the best children’s authors ever. Here, Huffington Post put together a list of 10 fantastic quotes from his work (and you can read my favourite moment from Dahl’s work here). And you can test your Roald Dahl knowledge in this quiz from The Guardian. Let me know how many you get (I got nine out of 10).
Another one from the Huffington Post, here‘s a list of the nine most sympathetic villains from literature.
This collection of images by Simon and Schuester on Buzzfeed is one of the cutest things I’ve seen recently. It’s 15 types of reader, as told by cats and dogs.
To celebrate the end of New York Fashion Week, Flavorwire compiled a list of the most stylish people in literature, which you can find here.
Geek Girl by Holly Smale is on my list to read. For those of you who have already read it, here‘s an extract from the next novel, Model Misfit.
The League of Extraordinary Writers had a post from Marissa Meyer this week on her top 10 cyborg upgrades, which you can find here.
What have you seen this week that’s caught your attention? Let me know in the comments.