Good morning! Happy Wednesday! Hazah and flowers to you all! Ok… no idea why I am giddy.. maybe because it is my first break in my half marathon training and I did not have to run this morning… maybe it is because I am going to the cabin in two days with friends to bike ride and that is exciting too…. I really don’t know…
Today is mid-week through audio book week and today we are supposes to answer the questions provided by Jen at Devourer Of Books:
Current/most recent audiobook:
Is This Tomorrow is in my car…. interesting…
And I am just starting Inferno this morning when I get ready for work. A friend of mine who is in a different book club read it and said they really enjoyed it and now several of my other friends are reading it too… I am curious, I have enjoyed what I have read of Dan Brown in the past.
Current/most recent favorite audiobook:
Favorite narrator you’ve discovered recently:
Hmmmmm….. I dont know about favorite but The Good House was narrated by Mary Beth Hurt and I loved how well she portrayed the characters!
One title from your TBL (to be listened) stack, or your audio wishlist:
Celebrating the healing power of food and the magic of New York City, A Place at the Table follows the lives of three seekers who come together in the understanding that when you embrace the thing that makes you different, you become whole. A Place at the Table tells the story of three unforgettable characters whose paths converge in a storied Manhattan café: Bobby, a young gay man from Georgia who has been ostracized by his family; Amelia, a wealthy Connecticut woman whose life is upended when a family secret comes to light; and Alice, an African-American chef from North Carolina whose heritage is the basis of a renowned cookbook but whose past is a mystery to those who know her. These characters are exiles – from homeland, from marriage, from family. While they all find companionship and careers through cooking, they hunger for the deeper nourishment of communion. As the narrative sweeps from a freed-slave settlement in 1920s North Carolina to Manhattan during the deadly AIDS epidemic of the 1980s to the well-heeled hamlet of contemporary Old Greenwich, Connecticut, Bobby, Amelia, and Alice are asked to sacrifice everything they ever knew or cared about to find authenticity and fulfillment.
I am excited about this one. I think it sounds really good!
So that’s the audio post for today. Stop by Devourer Of Books and see what others are saying to these questions… I know I will be! 😀
I am off, full day at work, a meeting afterwards for camp planning and a gym date tonight with my friend Kate.
If you listen to audio, I would love to hear how you would answer these questions – better yet, write a posy and add it to the link at Devourer of Books.
Enjoy your day 😀