Reading and writing

After finishing my Ada Leverson (review to come soon, I hope), I immediately began Rose of Sebastopol by Katharine McMahon. Initially, I thought I'd quit reading -- the infidelity presented so immediately bothered me and I wasn't sure I could take the story -- but the characters are so engrossing, I'm unable to put the book down. I hope to finish it before this weekend -- I can't stand not reading it during the day!

I'm curious about a writer's group in the area but don't know where to start. I hope the Progoff workshop this weekend will help kick start my writing. Reading all my author blogs has made me wish and yearn again, even though I know all I have to do is start. Such a tough leap.

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