A Splore user • December 9, 2010 • United States
Interested in comparing people's favorite books of all time. Mine include David Mccullough's John Adams, the Dark Tower series by Stephen King, Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, Odd Thomas (series) by Dean Koontz, and Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Tell us about the books so that we can enjoy them, too.
At the intersection of Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day, you'll find this beautiful novel by Jamie Ford. We will be discussing it in late February.
We are an actual book club that meets once a month, but you are welcome to join us for an online discussion here at splore. http://chelseabookclub.weebly.com/
The Chelsea Book Club is reading again! We are an actual book club that meets once a month, but you are welcome to read along with us and comment on splore or our website: http://chelseabookclub.weebly.com/
This time it's Wish You Well by acclaimed mystery writer David Baldacci. It's a classic coming of age novel that starts with a tragedy (so be prepared for that) and then moves on to rural Virginia.
I hope you enjoy it.
The Chelsea Book Club has chosen its July book: Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool.
You can check out our website here: http://chelseabookclub.weebly.com/
We are an actual book club that meets once a month, but you are welcome to read along with us and join the discussion on Splore.
This Splore is for those of us who deal with migraines of all sorts. What helps you deal with them better? Do meds work for you? Which ones? Which ones don't? Anything homeopathic that works? We all know that turning off the lights and sounds are what we all want, but what happens when you can't?