I didn't mean to leave everyone hanging when I said I do a book chat at a women's homeless shelter. This started out as something three of us did from the library, and we go once a month. We were originally going to lead book discussions, but that didn't work - for a good reason. By the time we go back, some of the women have transitioned to an apartment or have jobs and can't make it to the discussion. So, we changed our program, and switched to book chats. Two of us go every month, and we each take 3 books or so. We pick them up at our library book sale, or take ARCs because we leave them for the library there. And, we write short annotations to put in the book, so the women can see our comments. Sometimes, they scoop up our books. Sometimes we only have one or two women come. It varies, depending who is in the house right then, and what they're doing. Last night, I took Debbie Macomber's Blossom Street Brides, Phillip Gulley's A Change of Heart, and Lissa Redmond's The Murder Book.
What are you reading or doing this week that's book related? We'd all love to know. (I have to admit I'm in that training session all day again today, so I won't catch up until lunch time.) But, everyone else will be waiting!