week went by with very little reading going on in this house. I am busy
with work and at night we seem to be glued to the news. Can't wait
until after tomorrow when I hope things will begin to calm down and the
USA can get on a more positive track.
Audiobook webinar: As you know, if you signed in last week, we had technical difficulties with the APA's presentation about audiobooks: tips on reviewing, how to get involved in the social media community, and more. We seem to have ironed out the issues and I hope you'll be there again this Wednesday, November 9, at 8pm EST. Click through to the APA's site for information; there is still time to RSVP.
Television: Here are some of the cable shows we are woefully behind on. We'll be catching up after the election. Answer me this: Why does every show worth watching air on Sunday nights?
- Westworld: Wild, weird, and addictive. Where artificial intelligence and reality begin to merge. (HBO)
- The Durrells in Corfu: Fun and quirky. A charmingly dysfunctional British family attempts to start over in Greece in the mid-1930s. (PBS)
- Indian Summers: Beautifully filmed drama. Life for the British begins to unravel as the seeds of Indian independence start to take root. (PBS)
- Poldark: Love and revenge in Cornwall. In the 1700s, a struggling landowner draws the wrath of his wealthier peers. (PBS)
- Shameless: Down and out in Chicago. A painfully dysfunctional family tries to keep a roof over their heads in the seedier part of Chicago. (SHO)