- VT, USA
- member since February 4, 2011
Hi Christafari, I forget the name of your city in Vermont. I was poking around on Google to see how far of a drive it would be for me to go to Vermont (it's on my state bucket list to visit) and visit you at some point this summer. That is, if you are open to meeting up!
I just saw your post about what happened while you were away! That is awful! I hope the mess is getting cleaned up and you're able to focus on some relaxing things like reading and enjoying the holiday season now. Have the police been at all helpful to you? I really hope the culprit(s) is/are caught and brought to justice.
I hope you had a wonderful trip to Jamaica. I have been so envious of your warm-weather getaway. I don't know when you were supposed to come back, but I thought it was supposed to be soon. We have missed you in the group. I'm trying to get caught up so we can discuss Whose Body. :) Talk soon, I hope!
Aww, thanks, Christafari. I'd love to chat about this book, but there's no telling when I'll get to it. Hopefully some time this winter! I will let you know when I get to it as it sounds very fascinating and thought-provoking. Thanks for visiting my blog. You're welcome there anytime. I can't think of a thing at the moment, but thanks so much for the offer!
I see that you just finished Stiff. For some reason, I have not been able to get to it, but it's been on my TBR list and in my e-book library for quite a while now. I am glad you read and enjoyed it. I enjoyed reading your review. It will be nice to know that when I can get to it, I will have someone to chat with about it.
No worries! Glad you are ok!!!!!! The one thing I kept saying to myself as I was reading this book was it's gonna be hard to formulate discussion questions! I usually make a couple up myself, then search online for a reading guide. I had a little look at the sites I use but they dont have any for this book. I wouldn't panic too much about questions. You could always just ask open ended questions. For example on readinggroupguides.com they have generic guides for fiction, non-fiction etc.