Contact anne at ivereadthis dot com I will respond to your email within two days, thanks for your patience. Photo Credit: Daria Nepriakhina Advertisements Spread the Word!TwitterTumblrFacebookPocketEmailLinkedInSkypePrintRedditGooglePinterestTelegramWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... 7 thoughts on “Contact” Add Comment Pingback: Book Review: A Permanent Member of the Family by Russell Banks | i've read this Pingback: Robert Kroetsch City of Edmonton Book Awards-Shortlist Announced! | i've read this Pingback: Happy 200th Post!!!! | i've read this Hi Anne. Unfortunately, I can’t make Wednesday night’s Wordfest Book Club of “We All Love the Beautiful Girls”, but I had a few questions and comments about it. I wasn’t sure whether write-in discussion was permitted, but I thought I’d put them out there: Did the similarity between the kids’ names confuse anyone else, e.g., Eric/Eli, Finn/Frankie? I found myself having to refer back several times at the beginning of the novel particularly. The author did a great job of identifying each character simply by their inner thoughts; but there was so much stream of consciousness-type ‘conversation’ throughout the novel that I felt the intermittent use of actual dialogue interrupted the flow at times. It bothered me that Jess seemed to just fall back into her relationship with Finn after he lost his arm and that they never really dealt with the fact that the limb was actually missing. I didn’t really see the point of breaking the chapters into months or the seemingly random use of dates within each chapter. Also, why was there no April, May, or October? Why did the author choose to end the book with Frankie’s thoughts? The last chapter did not seem to have the same tone as the rest of the book—it was a little dreamy and abstract, and I found I read it over several times with the same frustrating result. Thanks, Anne. Looking forward to the next event. I’ve been reading all of the books even if I can’t attend and have enjoyed them all. Cathy Reply Oh I love this Cathy!!! I’ll copy and paste your comments to my notes and bring them up on WWednesday 🙂 Reply I nominated you for a Liebster Award. Check out my post here: https://katlovesbooksblog.wordpress.com/2018/01/27/2018-liebster-award/. Let me know if you choose to accept. I read and review a lot of books! Reply Hello, and thank you so much for this kind nomination! I don’t typically do these anymore, as I simply don’t have the time (too many books to read, as you well know!). But thank you for the link to your blog, I’ll be sure to check it out. Reply Talk Back to Me! Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.