Here’s what happened this week in Your Book Group:
Two New Reviews:
Charles Williams’ All Hallows’ Eve is an unsettling horror story in which two women are caught in the twilight world between life and death in post-WWII London. I also fixed a link which mentioned the story.
Truman Capote’s three holiday-related short stories will provide some heartwarming holiday reading for you and your family.
Four New Posts
Read the post Monday Morning Whitman, with a quote from his Leaves of Grass that speaks to our current situation.
Take a Tour of Your Book Group.
Virtually attend a live poetry reading on the evening of Tuesday November 24 hosted by the Academy of American Poets.
Check out my my Saturday reading plans. Update included.
The December 6 virtual book discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird is nearly full; there’s one spot left.
I’m nearly done with the first Matthew Bartholomew book A Plague on Both Your Houses. Expect a review by tomorrow.
I’m still working on the review for The Wine of Angels. Watch for the review later in the coming week.