And we cannot tell a lie, the majority of us are working on Game Change still and loving it. When we get something juicy like this we become obsessed. We discuss endlessly and pass it from person to person. We have not gotten this worked up since Never Enough! But some of us do have other irons in the fire and here is this week’s selection for your perusal!
As some of you may know Erica is a huge fan of Katie Arnoldi who wrote one of our departmental favorites, The Wentworths. You should have heard the squeals of delight when Erica was able to score an Advance Reader Copy (ARC) of her new novel Point Dume. It is due out in May and she is having lots of fun with it. Erica is having some good guilty fun watching the Gossip Girl series on DVD.
Found a delightful movie in Bright Star which tells the story of John Keats and his muse Fanny Brawne. It is a Jane Campion film (we love those!) and according to Priscilla it is a good movie to needlepoint to.
Abs has left Sweden behind for the moment and is enjoying The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guards Most Daring Sea Rescue by Michael Tougias. It tells the tale of the dramatic rescue off Cape Cod in 1952 of two ships broken in two by a storm.
Pat is happily listening to The Vagrants by Yiyun Li. It revolves around the execution of Shan Gu during the Cultural Revolution in China and those affected by it. Some rejoice, some mourn but everyone has a story to tell.
Have a lovely, lovely weekend!