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Links Round Up, Week of 1/4

Happy New Year! It’s our first week back since the holiday break and our team at Claire McKinneyPR hopes everyone had a wonderful time spent with family and friends. Here is this week’s Friday Links!

Bad news for Game Thrones of lovers [CNN] 

Looking for new books for the new year? [NYtimes]

The top content-marketing trends for 2016 [PRDaily]

Check out The Millions’ newest books for 2016 [themillions]

It was National Bird Day this week! Tips to keep them safe outdoors []

In need a “cheat sheet” for online writing content? [PRdaily]

Nonfiction book by Neil Gaiman to be published in May 2016 [GalleyCat]

Did print book sales go up or down in 2015? [PW]

Take your luck or make your luck? [writerunboxed]

Possible new change of the 140-character limit on Twitter? [adage]

Find out books that changed authors’ lives [vulture]

What are the top 5 digital PR trends to watch in 2016? [adweek]

Hello 2016: 5 ways authors can prepare to succeed in the new year [writerswin]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now the highest-grossing domestic film ever [Time]

Understanding conspiracy theories after tragedies [WP]

Messy lives, brilliant minds? Writers, hoarders, and their clutter [lithub]

What’s on B.J. Novak’s bookshelf? [strandbooks]

What does 2016 hold for digital publishing? [PW]

What are the 15 words you need to eliminate from your vocabulary? [Time]

How to use the ellipsis [PRdaily]

Hemingway’s advice on writing, ambition, and the art of revision [brainpickings]