It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? (Sept. 27)


Not a thing….


The Thin Place by Kathryn Davis — I mention that last week and said that I wasn’t sure about it. When I wrote about this week I talked about how our exceptions of a book can alter our experience of reading it. I am further along in my reading and I am enjoying the writing. Can’t say I know what is going on, but I will continue to read.

Other News:

A friend of mine, Christa Allan, author of Walking on Broken Glass, help organize a One Book, One School program at Lakeshore High where she also teaches English. They chose to read Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The program was written up in the local paper. It sounds very exciting.


Kim over at Sophisticated Dorkiness got to see 84, Charing Cross Road on STAGE. I’m so jealous. I expressed my love of 84, Charing Cross Road and a few novels in letters this week too.


It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is organized by Sheila over at Book Journey. Be sure to stop by her site and read the great blogs of the other participates.

( On a personal note I continue to thank St. Jude, St. Rita, the Blessed Mother, and Heavenly Father for all the prayers they’ve answered and I continue to pray for their help and blessings.)

Upcoming events!

4 Events

Saturday, Feb. 27th @ 2pm
Diana Rowland will be signing her new book Blood of the Demon @ Barnes & Noble in Mandeville, LA.

Sunday, Feb. 28th @ 4pm
Northshore Literary Society presents Christa Allan and Toni Orrill. The event will be held at Friends Restaurant in Madisonville and is $10 for non-members.

Wednesday, March 3rd @ 7pm
Erica Spindler will be signing her new book Blood Vines @ Barnes & Noble in Mandeville, LA.

Sunday, March 7th @ 4pm
Louisiana Women’s Histoy book salon. Read a book about any Louisiana Women and they come and discuss her with the group, @ Barnes & Noble in Mandeville, LA.

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Christa Allan

A fellow member of the Northshore Literary Society, Christa Allan will be signing her debut novel Walking on Broken Glass at Barnes & Noble in Mandeville, LA on Saturday, Feb. 6th, 2010.

Then on Sunday, Feb. 28th, 2010, Christa Allan and Toni Orrill will be discussing their respective books at the Northshore Literary Society meeting at Friends restaurant in Madisonville.