Postscript: October 2014

November 5, 2014 Postscript: Monthly Recap 0

Wow! Where did October go? October was a strange month for me in my personal life because at work we hosted a huge 2 day event for local homeless people. It was exciting to be a part of such an event and yet, I can’t help but feel extremely thankful that even at my lowest, I wasn’t quite where some of those attending are. It really did make me appreciate what I have a little more. On top of that, a case manager for the program I work for quit out of the blue and we were left with a huge mess. In any event, we’re back on track on work and hopefully this means I’m back on track here at Lit, etc.

So while I’ve been dealing with work issues, I haven’t really been posting reviews and features. I am hoping to get back into the swing of things this weekend. I have a bunch of half written posts and am in a reading limbo. I’m reading, but gah not really enjoying my experience lately. Maybe it’s all because of work. In any event, I really hope to finally bring back Film Friday starting with this upcoming Friday. As some of you can tell, One Liners has been up and running again. First priority is to finish the half written reviews and posts and get those scheduled for you. Hopefully, starting next Wednesday discussions will be back.

Here’s what you may have missed in October!
News and Features
One Liners: David Markson’s Wittgenstein’s Mistress
One Liners: Anita Brookner’s The Debut
Books Ahoy!: Kat & Stone Bastion
One Liners: Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca
One Liners: Iain M. Banks’ The Crow Road

Cover Reveal
Alice Clayton’s Last Call
Caisey Quinn’s Leaving Amarillo

Anthology- Seduced by the Game

Books Reviewed
3/5: Susan O’Brian’s Finding Sky
4/5: Anthology-Seduced by the Game

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