Friday, June 27, 2008
RevGalBlogPals has a reading meme this week:
1) Do you think of summer as a particularly good season for reading? Why or why not?
Not so much - long summer days full of light and outside activities don't leave much time for reading. Winter with its short days and a nice fire are better for reading. Mostly I "read" while driving to church on Sunday - books on CD or tape -- 2 hours there and 2 hours back give lots of time for a book. Harry Potter was great on CD as was the Philip Pullman series.
2) Have you ever fallen asleep reading on the beach?
Not since I got a terrible sunburn doing that!
3) Can you recall a favorite childhood book read in the summertime?
I loved reading as a child - Anne of Green Gables, all sorts of book series, mostly I hated it that our library had books divided into "boys books" and "girls books" - it was always a challenge to me to take a book off the boys shelf and check it out.
4) Do you have a favorite genre for light or relaxing reading?
Mysteries, mysteries, mysteries! Reading a new Marcia Muller now (on tape!)
5) What is the next book on your reading list?
Whatever I can find for my flight to Nashville - probably a mystery. I have a bunch of "serious" reading to do but they sit in piles around the house. I do want to read the Manga Bible though - it is in my bag to take along..
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Many of you already know much of what is in my latest essay on Episcopal Cafe from your own online experiences. I write today on how EfM Online has been working and building community around the world. Students from South Africa, Korea and other places tell of how it has made them feel more connected to one another while taking their journeys in faith.
Read it here
Read it here