A heads up.
Google+ is about to go. This may affect your ability to interact with blogs, emails and other social sites that you use Google+ to log in with. Here in blogger-land we’ve been getting loads of emails and messages about how to get ready for this. I’ve now reactivated my blogger profile account and have crossed all my fingers and toes for a smooth transition.
I know that many of you find commenting on blogger blogs a difficult and frustrating process. It is certainly not a phone or device friendly platform. And I’m grateful to all of you who persist.
If any wordpress bloggers know of a way to import my nearly ten year’s worth of blog posts with ALL the hyperlinks intact, then I would move over in a heartbeat.
Now that the house-keeping chores are done, let’s sit down with a cuppa and a hot-cross bun and enjoy a bookish chat.
What I’m Reading Right Now
Keeping My Eye On
The SHADOW JURY for this year’s Man Booker International longlist.
April is also the month that Ruth @A Great Book Study has decided to read A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft. If I can read it around Zola’s The Belly of Paris, I will. After reading a bio about Mary and her daughter, Mary Godwin Shelley last year, I’ve been keen to finally read this early feminist work.