Tuesday, April 15, 2008

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, where are you?

Hey there! How is your Tuesday? If it's anything like mine, it's busy, busy, busy. I've got a clown working on a routine for a variety show, a Brownie selling cookies, and a chatterbox who provides colour commentary on the day. Luckily, I am able to escape to my books. I am getting close to the end of a mystery that happened at the Chatham School in Massachusetts in 1927. Great atmosphere and setting. I'm about ready to move to Brooklyn and investigate a tree.

Where have you been escaping to in your books today?


  1. I'm in Cornwall with Daphne DuMaurier. She's got problems.

  2. I am in Russia just before the revolution. Unfortunately I'm with a Romanov so it can't be pretty (The Romanov Bride by Robert Alexander) and then I am in 1920's Melbourne, about to investigate a crime (Ruddy Gore by Kerry Greenwood).

  3. I'm in the tunnels and rat holes of Bad Blintz with the Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents. Let me tell you, I'm frightened to death!

    And still in St. John's in the Colony of Unrequited Dreams. There was a 4 o5 year hiatus in New York City.

  4. chris - aloha Hawaii?

    marg - I haven't read a lot of Aussie books. That mystery sounds good.

    booklogged - ooh, I'd hate to read about rats!

  5. I started the day in Arizona with Delia Hopkins who was coping with the fact that at age 19 she discovered that her father had kidnapped her when she was 4 (Jodi Picoult's Vanishing Acts)

    I'm finishing the day in Everett, Washington where Perry L. Crandall has just won 12 million dollars in Lottery by Patricia Wood.

    It's been a good reading day.

  6. Oop's Delia was 29 when she found out, not 19.

  7. Raidergirl, it is part of series (book 8 I think) but it is a lot of fun to read.

  8. I wasn't in Hawaii yesterday but I'm still not done.

  9. suziq - I'd love to read another Picoult, and they never take very long to read. And that one sounds really interesting.

    marg - another series to look into. thanks

    chris - that is quite the epic novel you are reading


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