Another third Wednesday rolls around and catches me completely off-guard. Yes, it’s time for the Progressive Book Club, and this month I haven’t completed an entire book cover-to-cover, but instead have four works of fiction underway and a couple of reference books tapped. Such is the life of a busy reader/writer with a couple of acres—many demands … More PBC: “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”
Perfect for the cold, dark, and reclusive days of winter, February offers a time to weigh and measure oneself; to be introspective and see where one is found wanting. What happened to the promises made at the beginning of the year, when you were eager to put the past in the past and start anew? … More PBC: As A Man Thinketh
Yesterday saw an awesome beginning to the 2014 season of the Progressive Book Club! For more information on the club, click on the tabs up top. In case you missed them, here are the links to those who participated: Julie Luek. Julie read The Death of Santini, a memoir by the writer of The Great Santini, and posed the questions, … More A Quick Wrap-up of January’s PBC
Welcome to the first posting of The Progressive Book Club 2014. Whether you’re a participant or not, I invite you to review the list below and allow the group to shine a light on some of our best reads of the past thirty days. Each month is open to new members, with selections as diverse as the … More PBC: Running With Scissors
Hello fellow readers, and writers, and readers who are writers, and writers who are readers, and anyone else who has perused the pages from cover to cover of a book this month. Yeah, you. It’s almost time for the first meeting of the Progressive Book Club 2014! If you don’t know what it’s about, complete … More PBC Reminder: Posting Date January 15th—Sign Up Now!