My book club at work decided to read “The Girls from Ames” next, so let’s latch onto that for April! It’s available in paperback April 6 through Amazon for $9.36, to be precise. I also got “The Glass Castle” from the library, so I’ll try to read that in the next few weeks, too. I… Continue reading Books into Movies…
It’s Wednesday already – so much for the goal of a Monday night post! I guess it’s been a crazy week here, with choir schedule changing, a little girl’s birthday to celebrate, and a short-busy week at work! I visited the library tonight and left with a pile of books, one of which is “The… Continue reading Next!
ABOUT KATE JACOBS Kate Jacobs is a writer and editor who divides her time between New York and Los Angeles. A former staffer at Redbook, Working Woman, and Family Life, she is now a freelance editor at the website for Lifetime Television. The Friday Night Knitting Club is her first novel. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Why does… Continue reading “Friday Night Knitting Club” discussion questions **** May be SPOILERS!
Although it’s chilly, the blue skies and sunshine help us imagine that the feeling of spring will be back soon! I get to spend this day with my friend Beth, who shares her birthday with the arrival of spring each year! It will be fun. I’m giving her a book as a gift, so I’d… Continue reading Spring!
I’m blogging on a Monday! And it’s a “holiday”! (From Wikipedia: The Ides of March (Latin: Idus Martiae) is the name of March 15 in the Roman calendar. The term ides was used for the 15th day of the months of March, May, July, and October, and the 13th day of the other months. The… Continue reading The Ides of March
I thought I’d do Monday posts, but one slipped by me! I guess because I was sleeping with the kiddos at Dana’s house and suffering from a little post-Oscar exhaustion. So it’s really Tuesday! One of my favorite days of the week because I get to sing! Singing is good… And so is reading! I’m… Continue reading Monday Monday
Just home from the March meeting of the Walkie Talkies, Rochester Branch! We talked about “The Moment Between” by Nicole Baart. We gave Sarah some spoilers, but hopefully she’ll finish the book anyway! The reasons I liked the book are the honest way it dealt with mental illness, and I was excited to read her… Continue reading March Meeting