Well, I hate to throw this out there but this coming week is full of things I don’t like to talk about, mostly doctors appointments. I would much rather dwell on things like the arrival of Spring, plants I want to establish in the gardens, the latest antics of my terrors three, and what knitting projects are in the pipeline. But sometimes I just have to face up to the fact my health takes priority, even over the Caps and the Nats. So if things don’t exactly arrive as scheduled, this is the reason. Just saying.
I want to finish out Charlie Cochrane’s Cambridge Fellows series over this week and the next, so grab onto that box of tissues and be prepared. I also have the latest Josh Lanyon book he self published after his year off. This week I am also posting books from favorite authors like B.A. Tortuga and K. A. Mitchell that were reviewed for Joyfully Jay’s Jock Week. I know you will enjoy them as well. So here is the schedule as planned.
Monday, Feb. 25: Lessons In Trust by Charlie Cochrane
Tuesday, Feb 26: Blood Red Butterfly by Josh Lanyon
Wed, Feb. 27: Life, Over Easy by K. A. Mitchell
Thursday, Feb. 28: Adding To The Collection by B. A Tortuga
Friday, Feb. 29: All Lessons Learned by Charlie Cochrane
Saturday, Feb. 30: Scattered Thoughts On Authors, Conventions and Hurt Feelings
In the meantime I have become familiar with the music of Kaija Saariaho, In “Lonh”, a work for soprano and electronics, Saariaho combined a medieval love poem with bells and bird song to arrive a composition both memorable and eerie. What do you think?