This 2nd pic shows the books that are on the top shelf in the bookcase. The 2 standing up on the far left are by the March RBC author, C. Lee McKenzie (Tuesday, 3/24). She will be stopping by to talk about her YA (young adult) book, The Princess of Las Pulgas. To the right of that one is Free Spirit: Growing up on the Road and off the Grid, by Joshua Safran. He will be coming in November (Tuesday, 11/18). Right next to that one is The Mathematician's Shiva, by Stuart Rojstaczer. We will see him in January (Tuesday, 1/13). And, finally, on the far right is Queen Sugar, by Natalie Baszile. We will have the pleasure of her company in December (Tuesday, 12/2). February will be a mystery/thriller writer, but we haven't picked/booked one yet.
And, finally, in the 3rd picture we have a close-up of Shelly King's The Moment of Everything. We will be seeing Shelly 3 weeks from tomorrow night. Even if you don't intend to come to the RBC meeting (although I know you want to!), you will still enjoy Shelly's book. It's a very good read.
Yes, I see that it's too dark
FOOTNOTE (is that better then P.S.?): In the 1st 2 pictures, you will notice a big book standing next to The Moment of Everything. That is Lauri Pastrone's Share cookbook. If you haven't already heard/seen me talk about this, it's a fantastic story. The book consists of recipes from celebrities, famous chefs, and women in war-torn countries. The proceeds from the book go to supporting these women through Women for Women International. It's a great cause and doesn't require anything more than buying an excellent cookbook. Recycle has got a bunch of them in the store.