- ON, Canada
- member since October 22, 2007
elly’s last login was Monday, August 27, 2012.
Hi, elly. I'm not sure if you've checked in with the Canada group recently or not, but in the Vote for Our Group Read thread, we are trying to find out if anyone is interested in joining us for a group read of The Halifax Connection. I'm posting a note to you specifically because you voted for it, so I was wondering if you are still interested, in maybe reading it this month? Pop over there and let us know if you'd like to. Thanks!
Hi! I’m from the Canada group, just popping by to let you know that we are trying to drum up interest in doing a group read. We have a thread started for anyone who is interested to let us know they are interested. Once we know there will be a few people, we’ll then decide on a book (Canadian author, of course!). Hope you decide to join us!
wow you have done a lot of reading! i seem to always have several books on the go lately (taking me awhile to get through northrop's book, some interesting stuff in there) & then holds keep coming in & then there are the couple of book clubs i am involved in. good luck with your knitting! i hope to get our tree up this wkend & i would like to get xmas shopping done within the next week or two.
hi i added your latest book suggestion to my wish list. i seem to be reading 3 books at the moment, just the way it worked out as holds came in at the library & one is for next week's library book club. i like how you now have what you are reading on your reading list.
elly enjoyed reading your profile altho i am curious about your childhood illness but not wanting to pry. i imagine shelfari will give us reading lists for this winter & beyond! i wish all those on "my friend" would update their "reading lists" so i could see what you are currently reading - pass it on!
Hi elly - I picked up the Dust Diaries because it was about Zimbabwe (I used to live in Africa). I really enjoyed the book - liked the way he used different techniques through out the book to tell the story. Cripps must have been a remarkable man - I wonder what he would make of Zimbabwe now? Anne