I’ve been asked to point folks toward <a href=”http://www.thecwa.co.uk/forum/”_blank”>this link</a>. Discuss, but please – no cussing or ad hominen attacks.
Meanwhile, it feels paradoxical to post a link to this
<a href=” http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200807/google “>article</a>, but it confirmed many things going through my head when I decided to move away from the Internet. I read it in the magazine, however, and only let my attention drift two or three times.
The previous thread ended up with some very good reading recommendations. My recent reads include: THE KNITTING CIRCLE, Ann Hood; COMFORT, Ann Hood; WHEN YOU ARE ENGULFED IN FLAMES, David Sedaris; and THE GREAT MAN, Kate Christensen. Now in the on-deck circle: WHEN WE WERE Bad, Charlotte Mendelson; THE GIVEN DAY, Dennis Lehane; and AWESOME, Jack Pendarvis. (Yes, Jack, I finally found it!) I also plan to read WHEN A CROCODILE EATS THE SUN.
ETA to fix title of Mendelson book and spelling of her last name. This is what happens when I write from memory.