Friday Roundup #2

And here we are again, already, at another Friday Roundup. I've learned a bit about myself this week. I don't always read with purpose. A lot of my reading is all over the place. And because of that it made it difficult to roundup stuff for this post. Because I was reading, just not anything worth sharing. 

But all that said, I will do my best for today.

--From the blog--

A gentleman to all people. In this 2-minute read from 2018, I talk a little about something my dad taught me about being a gentleman. 

--From the web--

  • Will Self: 'The novel is absolutely doomed'. This 5-minute read is an interview of author Will Self. In it he answers several questions, and in the process concludes that the novel is doomed. I thought this interview might be good for some discussion in the comments. How do you feel the novel fairs in today's society? Is it in good shape? 
  • A Letter from the Borderline. In this 3-minute read, we get a very personal glimpse into someone with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). It comes in the shape of a well-crafted letter to someone. It's very good, and I highly recommend it even if you don't know someone with BPD. 


And that's the reading links for this week. I hope you get something out of all of them. And be sure to sound off in the comments, join the discussion. What was your favorite selection this week?