I promised to provide links in my previous post on "A Rose for Emily," but I forgot! I'm also including the link for one of my other short story favorites, "August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains." Ray Bradbury is a god.
"A Rose for Emily"
"August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains"
Watch for more of my favorite short story recommendations coming up!
Very little time to blog today. I had to teach a couple of classes this morning, put together my display for Open House tomorrow, and I've had a full schedule of consultations in the writing center this afternoon. I plan to play with Daisy and play SIMS 2 when I get home. If I'm really lucky there might be a nap in the cards. Tomorrow's another early day, and I can't wait for this week to be OVER.
The greatest news: SPRING BREAK is right around the corner! We're out from Good Friday (21st) through the 29th, so I expect I'll do lots of reading, maybe have some meals with friends, and generally be lazy.
For now I'm off and running. Might be back with some lit-chat and blog hopping tonight.
Edit: And while I'm at it, why not Book Through Thursday?
This week's question:
__________ would have been a much better book if ______________________
Moby Dick would have been a much better book if Herman Melville hadn't written it!
I loathe and despise Melville with every fiber of my being. Loathe. Really.