Another exception, again political. This is not intended to upset or offend anyone. Just know that if Mr G and I were on the east coast we would have been there, we would have been arrested.
Tag Archives: Politics
I think it is a day to celebrate.
I don’t usually post things that are not about books on this blog but today I am making an exception. The United States Senate just voted to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, the anti-gay military policy that has been in place for 17 years. The story is here.
Happy Mother’s Day to all! Here is something I found through one of my favorite websites, something all of us can do for humanity and for the Earth, mother of us all. To find out more visit jointhepipe.org.
Have a great day!
Teresa at Shelf Love has come up with a brilliant idea to help all of us find and read more books by underrepresented authors from all over the world. Here is what she says about it.
Diversify Your Reading is a blog that will catalog reviews of books by underrepresented authors. Bloggers can contribute links to their reviews in the comments sections of relevant posts (organized by nationality, ethnic group, sexuality, and more), and the site editors (currently me, Jenny, Eva, and Nymeth—although we’d love more help) will add those reviews to the posts as time allows. Thanks to RSS feeds and options to subscribe to comments by e-mail, interested readers can have review links sent to them as they are added to the comments.
Please visit, add your reviews and take advantage of this wonderful resource.