Tuesday, June 8, 2010

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?

Still taking suggestions at Sueys for the latest Bookword at Sueys. Head on over and add your two cents.

We got an email from my son's junior high school about a reading program available for the summer. It's called Sync YA Literature, and they are making young adult titles available for download, free, over the summer. It's a mix of classic and new young adult titles. I'm trying to remember to go back to get some of these titles, for my son. What a great program! I don't listen to a lot of audio books, but the combination of summer and young adult sounds great.

In reading, I am heading to Three Pines, a small village in Quebec. Lovely spot, other than the occasional murder that seems to occur. Luckily, Inspector Gamauche will save the day.
(The Cruelest Month, Louise Penny)

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  1. Hope this works - couldn't post first time tried.

    Hi Raidergirl. I'm in India with a griefstricken emperor who will ultimately build the Taj Mahal (The Shadow Princess)

  2. Something happened to the comments from intense debate, so I'm reposting the comments from earlier:

    jenny said - What a great program! My library's recently started doing more with free audiobooks to download (but temporarily, it's a proprietary format). I think it's cool but I hardly ever listen to audiobooks. :/

    bybee said - I'm in Nollop, where letters are disappearing from the alphabet with alarming and absurd frequency.
    "Ella Minnow Pea" - Mark Dunn


Thanks for commenting, so nice of you to visit.

(I'll try without the letters for a while - so please dont be a spammer! Let's try no anonymous users)