Sorry for the silence - it wasn't completely February burnout, but I've been up in Boston for work. It's been a crazy couple days - travel, meetings, and then annoyances, and serious happinesses. Now I'm back home with my two boys.
So, I'm half embarrassed to admit this, but I entered this thing. One of the shows on CBC Radio, called The Next Chapter is having this competition (is it a competition? Its just a thing.) where you pitch yourself and a Canadian book to discuss on the program, called So You Think You Can Talk Books. My mom encouraged me to do it, mostly because of my GG project (the Canadian Book Club of One). So, I did, but I didn't pitch a GG book, but Galore, by Michael Crummey, which I read and loved last year. Me and Shelagh can chat it up! You can read my pitch on the website (and "like" me!) - you'll know which is me when you see it.
Oh yes, and another thing while we're on the Canadian books. 32/73 was put on hold, because I forget it at work - it was too fat for my purse! Hope the fat book doesn't leave a sad comment on my blog because its feeling were hurt, like the ugly fat mover the other day... I've started 33/73 - Home Truths by Mavis Gallant (1981). Maybe it's like 32.5/73.