Tuesday, September 1, 2009

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?



So, what's new in your life?

I am in Australia, and somebody slapped a child, not their own, at a barbeque, and there are far reaching implications. (The Slap, by Christos Tsiolkas)

Where is reading taking you today? Leave a comment, write a post, spread the word.

12 comments:

Margot at Joyfully Retired said...

I'm in the northern part of Canada with a family of farmers.

My teaser is here

kaye said...

for a location explanation that sure turned out to be a teaser, why did they slap the child, who slapped, whose child was it, and what are the consequences? I'm teased. I am here

Suey said...

I've just been locked in a convent in Italy against my will. It's going to be interesting to see how I adjust to my new life! (Sacred Hearts)

However, later on today, I hope to join Katniss, and Peeta and Gale in District 12 of their futuristic world!

Susan B. Evans said...

Pretty serious! I've not heard of this one before - need to check it out :)

Carrie K. said...

That sounds like an interesting book - haven't heard of it before.

Here's mine: http://booksandmovies.colvilleblogger.com/2009/09/01/teaser-tuesdays-its-tuesday-where-are-you-september-1-2009/

Kylee said...

Wow!

I am in 12th century France.

gautami tripathy said...

I am in Georgia!

Wait Until Twilight by Sang Pak

katrina said...

In Cambodia the Khymer Rouge have evicted every one from the city and we are now searching for a sate place. (First They Killed My Father)

Petunia said...

I'm in Chicago, working at the Newberry Library.
http://educatingpetunia.blogspot.com/2009/09/its-tuesdaywhere-are-you.html

Marg said...

I'll be interested to hear what you think of The Slap. I have heard that it is quite a confronting read.

I was in a Lakewalker camp. They aren't very tolerant of outsiders but my husband was doing his best to ensure that I was happy (The Sharing Knife: Legacy by Lois McMaster Bujold)

I am also in Wiltshire. I have bought a house that just called to me, but I have a link with the past and I keep on finding myself in the 17th century (Mariana by Susanna Kearsley)

blacklin said...

I'm hanging out with a cop who's patrolling cemeteries and hearing voices. Check it out here.

Ceri said...

Yikes. That certainly was a teaser as Kaye said. hehe. Intriguing.