May 29, 2020
Book Talk - 8:34
Thursday May 28 Book
Aimee finished William Monk: https://www.orderofbooks.com/characters/william-monk/ now on to this series: https://www.bookseriesinorder.com/loretta-chase/
Heather & Jennifer: Inspector Gamache by Louise Penny - first book is eh - evidently rest of series is better
Lise Mendel: Jane Darrowfiled - LOL and not stupid. Now onto Goodreads book “The Great Ship of Knowledge Part 1" by William Bailey
Colleen : just finished “Code Name Verity” by Elizabeth Wein. WW2 female spies and female pilots. Really loved it.
Heather. Ordover : https://www.amazon.com/Team-Rodent-Disney-Devours-World/dp/0345422805
Funny bit was based on this book: “Queen Bees and Wannabees” https://amzn.to/3gvt5Ql
Shelly Fromholtz : I just finished Code Name Heléné by Ariel Lawhon. Same plotline.. based on a real person. Nancy Wake - https://amzn.to/3etxbXh
Campaign for a word of the year - “nibbling” - nieces and nephews (b/c they’re not SIBlings)
Jennifer & Regina : Josephine Baker - History Chick’s did a great episode on her
Podcast Every Little Thing - Flora Lichtman - https://gimletmedia.com/shows/every-little-thing
Edyta Niemyjska : I recently finished reading a large fantasy series by Elizabeth Moon
https://www.bookseriesinorder.com/elizabeth-moon/ - The Sheepfarmer’s Daughter is the first book in the series https://amzn.to/3eGepML
About Elizabeth Moon
Elizabeth Moon grew up on the Texas-Mexico border, a voracious reader and early writer. She spent much of her early years in a hardware store where nothing was in shrink-wrap or little plastic containers, and mule collars still hung on the back wall. She has a history degree from Rice University and a biology degree from the University of Texas at Austin, plus some graduate work in biology at the University of Texas at San Antonio; between the first two, she spent three years on active duty in the USMC. Her bibliography includes 25+ novels and 40+ short fiction works, nearly all in science fiction or fantasy. REMNANT POPULATION was a Hugo finalist in 1997; THE SPEED OF DARK won the Nebula Award in 2003.
Shelly Fromholtz : has anyone read Centennial by James Michener? If so, your thoughts?
LeAnn - https://amzn.to/2BcNgCw and Pickwick Papers
The Jane Austen Project: by Kathleen A. Flynn - https://amzn.to/3euWbNQ
Shelly’s stepdaughter recommends - Ask a Mortician - YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/OrderoftheGoodDeath
Aimee recommends visiting (when possible) Whistler BC in May - Zipline through old growth rainforest
Jennifer knitting: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pointed-firs
Reading Midnight Riot (Rivers of London series) by Ben Aaronovitch https://amzn.to/36Himxz
and Chair Yoga: https://youtu.be/2IuWm9wKqAk
And then we got onto food…
Edyta Niemyjska : this is a great account by one of the winners of GBBO https://www.instagram.com/nancy.birtwhistle/
Toshi : I love shrubs, but must use vinegar that’s naturally brewed
Edyta Niemyjska : she has lots of videos with instructions
Toshi : yes Morrocan okra with tomato is good
Toshi : brussel sprouts with chestnut sauce
Our Narrator: Eden Ballantyne :
Eden became a storyteller, after years of acting and touring,
with a variety of diverse theatre companies, performing in touring
theatre, theatre in education, museums, theme parks and schools.
Eden then started his own company Stories Alive; as a way of
getting his head full of crazy historical characters and stories
into the world. He now works independently across Britain, Italy,
China and Canada. Performing as a variety of characters in all
manner of interesting settings. With over 20 years acting
experience performing and delivering workshops to people of all
ages, he rarely regrets failing A level theatre studies.
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