Workspace with computer, journal, books, coffee, and glasses.This is week two of quarantine, right? I honestly have no concept of days or times anymore. My time has been spent doing work and playing Animal Crossing, which has honestly been a boon.

However, if you’ve exhausted a lot of your distractions or are struggling to find things to keep you occupied, this edition of Wednesday Links is especially for you.

Please be safe, everyone!

I wanted to post this collection of COVID-19 myths from the World Health Organization, in case you know someone who needs this info.

Audible has a ton of free audiobooks available for kids right now! You should just be able to click the book and listen in your browser.

For those who need more reading material, I made a thread of over 20 FREE romance ebooks. Since I’m the one who puts together the Books on Sale, I browse through a lot of book deals and thought this may help for people who can’t afford to buy books right now and/or those whose library systems are overtaxed with checkouts.

There are several options to stream episodes of The French Chef. I personally find cooking shows to be rather soothing, or at least great background noise.

NPR Music is keeping an ongoing, updated list of live virtual concerts you can watch!

Thanks to EC Spurlock for sending this our way. Sir Patrick Stewart is reading a sonnet a day!

Don’t forget to share what super cool things you’ve seen, read, or listened to this week! And if you have anything you think we’d like to post on a future Wednesday Links, send it my way!