I’m really enjoying this era of book blogging, but I do kind of miss the old travel blog days. I may go back to 1992 and do Thomas’s and my second honeymoon at some point during November.
I’ve started researching book blogging conventions and have found some that might be interesting, if I can recover financially from our upcoming house repair to attend.
I’ve always sucked at networking. I’m either too “I’m here to meet other professionals and make contacts” or I’m too, “I’m just here to check things out. I don’t need contacts.” And I guess that the only way to do this is to do it.
Maybe I should attend a virtual conference or two. They should be cheaper than traveling to the convention, after all.
Well, I’ll keep looking at them. I don’t have to make a decision right now. At least, I hope not.
For our Gratuitous Amazon Link today, we’re at the end of the books I read in 2020. My last book for the year was Ruined, by Paula Morris. Ruined is the story of Rebecca, who has to move in with a distant family friend in New Orleans while her father works abroad. Soon after moving to New Orleans, Rebecca meets Lisette, a the ghost of a slave who died in the Bowman home in 1853. And who would turn out to be Rebecca’s arch-nemesis in school? Helena Bowman, who lives in the very house where Lisette died.