I’m sorry that I didn’t get a blog post up on Wednesday. It’s been a long week. I’m trying to get the last few things done on my YA novel. Hopefully, it should be available next week—probably on Friday (but maybe sooner). And if final proofreading wasn’t enough, a very nasty gastrointestinal bug hit our home. I was hoping it would be one of those 24 hour viruses. But it’s not. And I’m washing lots of icky laundry. (Enough said.)
I’ve been reading that it’s National Book Month/Week. Of course, when I looked it up, I discovered that there are lots of National Book Months/Weeks. But, hey, books are great, so multiple celebrations are good.
In honor of whatever book celebration is going on, we’re going to play a game here on the blog. Find the nearest book, look up page 56, and copy the fifth sentence into a comment.
“But they are all wrong.” He Shall Thunder in the Sky by Elizabeth Peters.
BTW, if you've never read Elizabeth Peters, you must. Exotic Egyptian locale, feisty female archaeologist detective, and witty writing.