I'm up early this morning to head up to Campbell River to visit with family, Joe is rushing around getting things packed. (For those of you who might think me lazy in that Joe does all the packing - Joe won't let me pack, he folds, I stuff, he places, I toss - he's asked me, not so nicely either, to just let him do it.) I've got to get the pills done, we are kept alive by chemisty, and put the computer away.
So my post today is going to be brief.
All I want to do is remind everyone that we are only a few days away from Chewing the Fat's book club. I have stuff ready from the author, Mary Doria Russell for you on that day. I'm the kind of person who usually has to go Christmas shopping two or three times because when I buy a gift, I can't wait to give it, so it has been hard for me to not post this stuff right away.
So on May 22, Thread of Grace, will be discussed. I'm hoping for a good turn out and discussion. I loved the book and the big 'scene' will be the topic of my personal blog on that day.
I'd be curious for people to nominate other books for consideration, books that address disability issues or have primary characters with disabilities. I've purchased two such books based on reviews in the paper, Lottery, which has a primary character with an intellectual disability and October, which has a primary character with a physical disability. I've not read either yet as I'm finishing up Follett's World Without End.
Got go, getting glared at.