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Busy days continue this week. Scheduled posts didn’t happen- and posts I’ve been meaning to write still haven’t been written. Posts were quickly churned out. And, I’ve only just caught up with commenting on other people’s blogs. I do try and make an effort to visit everyone’s blog who leaves a comment here.
I attended a reading for Tom Spanbauer’s latest novel I Loved You More. I’ve only seen him speak and never actually read any of his books although I’ve been meaning to. He seems to capture truths and writes them down. After he read the first chapter, he did a Q&A which tackled a variety of topics- how much of his books (and this one in particular) are autobiographical, his writing process, and how fiction is a way of telling the truth more honestly. His Dangerous Writing method sounds incredibly fascinating!
One of the things I shared on Facebook was the following: “I love being a bookseller! Busy day but there were definitely moments connecting with other readers! The last customers were from the England. The mom worked for a big publishing house. We shared our favorite books. I printed mine out for them. Kindred spirits!” I do love my job!
I’ve been (very) slowly making my way through The Artist’s Way and participating in a poem-a-day challenge. The following wasn’t part or it- more of a bonus- but I always wanted to tackle book spine poetry. Here’s what I came up with:
This week, I posted:
–Reading Resolutions: March Update– Includes Check Off Your Reading List and Must Read in 2014
–This is All Prologue– Reading The Artist’s Way and participating in a Poem-A-Day writing challenge for April
–Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge Wednesday
–Celebrate This Week– Making a difference
*= It was OK
**= Liked it
****= Highly Recommended
This week I’m reading The Hero’s Guide to Being an Outlaw by Christopher Healy.
Have a great reading week!