Feb 11, 2009
We begin the podcast with a look at different ways to keep track of
what you've read and what you want to read. Do you have a million
scraps of paper or do you write everything down neatly in a
notebook? Do you use one of the online library sites (like
Thing) or do you keep everything in a Word or Excel document?
Let us know in the comments or over at our Goodreads Group.
In segment two, we respond to a listener's request and discuss
some books that made us laugh (not a bad thing to look for in a
book these days!). They are also books that would make for great
reading group discussions.
As usual, we end with two books we can't wait for you to read. Ann discusses Pictures at an Exhibition by Sara Houghteling, a novel based on true stories of spies and art during World War II. Michael discusses Shannon, Frank Delaney's new novel set in Ireland just after the 1921 Treaty with Britain.