If you’re in a book club, I’d love to know what you’re reading this month, so please leave a comment if you’d like to share. My own group is finishing a discussion on Kathryn Stockett’s The Help. We’ll begin The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows next month.
And while we’re on the subject of comments? I’ve gotten several queries on how to comment on my blogs, which you are always encouraged to do. It’s easy, but not as obvious as it ought to be. Under each blog’s title you’ll find the word “comments” in small red letters. Just click there, and comments associated with that post will appear. You’ll also find an easy form at the bottom to make your own. Please do, since I love hearing from you.
All your comments come to me to be okayed, just so we can eliminate that strange sub-human species known as spammers who find joy in creating problems for other people. In the future, though, once you comment a time or two, your comments will show up immediately.
Why? Well, sometime in the very near future I will be switching my blog to a different blogging platform that allows for this. We’re hoping the change will be seamless. WordPress will offer me a chance to put links beside my blogs of other sites I hope you’ll enjoy, recipes, the links to my Facebook page and more. I’m looking forward to it. We’re not expecting glitches, but this IS the internet, right? So if there’s a problem, it won’t last long. Just get a cup of coffee or herbal tea, then check back.
And I began my CatchUp with book clubs, so will end with them. This week I had the opportunity to do two speaker phone conversations with groups in Wisconsin who are not only reading my Shenandoah Album series, but making quilts from my Quilt Along With books to give to charity. The conversation was a pleasure and an honor. To schedule one for your own group? Go here to my website and fill in the form. I do these for love, not money, and I’ll look forward to talking to you, as well.