I've told you about the book club we have at one of our corporate food service accounts. This week, we were extremely fortunate to have both Marina Adair and Elisabeth Barrett make the trek from the South Bay to Pleasanton. They are both not just outstanding romance authors. They are outstanding authors (and people!) period. Here they are.
2 Other Quick Notes:
1. Bel Canto, by Ann Patchett, is being made into a movie. I don't know when it's going to hit the big screen. But I do know that it stars Julianne Moore as the opera singer. And opera legend Renee Fleming will provide the singing. And, by the way, I really liked Bel Canto. It was my 1st Ann Patchett, and I have read everything since (her latest, Commonwealth, is not one of my favorites).
2. For those of you who follow RBC news, but aren't on the email list, we've got one change. Katie Hafner, author of Mother Daughter Me, who was supposed to come to Recycle Books next Wednesday, April 26, has now been moved to the following Wednesday, May 3. I think everybody is going to be very interested to learn why Katie had to switch days. That's all I'm saying for now.