You can click here to see what the header used to look like and more details of the renovation. Do it. You'll appreciate the above masterpiece more. And you can click here to see it in all its glory and be directed to the club's actual site.
I also mention this so you know I'm in a book club (yes, I know how to read). Founded by Jenny in June 2008, it's completely non-exclusive & anyone can participate. We "meet" online, once a month (usually the 4th Sunday evening) and have a discussion of that month's book in the comments after we have all posted our own reviews. It's quite fun and, as most clubs go, the more the merrier!
Why haven't I mentioned this before?
Well, at times our book choices have been "interesting." We tend to gravitate toward teenage vampire books and the like. And our discussions are usually less about the book and more about Edward & Jacob (regardless of what book we read) but, guess what? We are changing! Evolving, if you will. And I think our new header reflects that...symbolically. <-- also a great literary device.
I am particularly enjoying this month's selection & wanted to share it with you in case you want to join in.
Set in post-WWII England. Told entirely though letters and other forms of correspondence. So original & funny & touching. What more could one want out of a book?
If you'd like to participate let me know & we'll add you as a contributor so you can post your review. Anyone can join in on the discussion or read the discussion afterward if you wanna be a whimp about it too. Whatever you choose, go read this book! Thanks Michelle for picking a goody this month.