Saturday, March 16, 2013

Constant Comment

Your Words are Welcome

Dear CapRadio Readers...We have changed the settings on our blog to make it a little more user friendly.  You may now make comments without having to have a Google, or any other specific account.  Simply go to the bottom of the post, and make yourself heard! Tell us what you think about the current title, suggest other titles and tell us what else you're reading.  As I said on Tuesday night, one of the best things about a bookclub is the huge title resource it provides for all of us. Just to start it off, I am currently reading a book called Shadow on the Crown by Patricia Bracewell, a recent guest at the Sacramento Library Foundation's Authors on the Move event. It's a novel about an 11th Century English queen called Emma. It's very well written, and a terrific way to learn about a period of history I was not familiar with. 
So, who will be next to share a favorite book? It should be YOU!


  1. I love this idea! Your book sounds interesting. Along with our new club selection, I am also reading "Benediction" by Kent Haruf. I loved his previous books based in Holt, Colorado and this one is just as good. He has a calm, spare, yet very evocative writing style and his books are very "human" if that makes sense. Ordinary people with unique secrets and problems.

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  3. So enjoyed the last meeting. Vicki you were a terrific moderator. Interesting book. My favorite book I've read this year was Dandelion Summer by Lisa Wingate. Awesome character development. I won't be able to come to the next meeting, but read the book and thought the inagination was inspiring.