May 2014 – Page 4 – We Were There
I'll have what you're reading!I just finished listening to this episode and I am so excited to hear about the Steinbeck read along! I am not sure when you plan on reading, but I look forward to participating. I have started to think maybe April would be good, but I will talk about it again to make sure people are ready! I'm happy you will join in.I think the read along sounds great too. I've put Travels with Charlie in my TBR list based on your recommendation and my future plans to travel with my dog. Also want to thank you for the podcast. I've just found it this year and it's wonderful. Really helped with my reading goals to expand what I read. I've always read alot but wanted to read more diverse and frankly better quality literature. I also stalk you on goodreads :).and a shout out to the Southern gentleman guest a few episodes back. I loved the reading from the cookbook about kale slaw, with his accent it was wonderful. I've requested the book from my library but it just won't be the same :). -Mary (can't figure out how to just have my first name above so I had to pick anonymous)Thank you Mary! Not sure you'll ever see this but if so please send me an email (in the FAQ) so I can include you in planning for the readalong.Hee hee, another fan of Jason I see. I just wanted to let you know that it is OK if Jane Gardam isn't your cup of tea. Maybe she is an author you can try again in 10 years.So you are saying I'm too young for her? I can see it. ;)So far both people who I thought loved Gardam have told me not to keep reading so I'm going to pitch it after all!I am excited for the read-along, too! I've never read Steinbeck, so this will be a great opportunity. Everything is so much better when done with friends! Looking forward to more info about it.Wonderful! On the next episode I'll have a link to a survey to help determine timing and to start assembling a list of interested readers. Thanks for visiting the Reading Envy blog and podcast. Word verification has become necessary because of spam. BLOG_CMT_createIframe('https://www.blogger.com/rpc_relay.html'); Thanks for visiting the Reading Envy blog and podcast. Word verification has become necessary because of spam.
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