It seems that my supply of green cloth bound volumes in the U.S. Army in World War II series is limitless.
I wish I could sit and read each one. What caught my eye just now are the ones on ordnance and chemical weapons.
So that’s what they call Technical Services, eh? In the library world Technical Services means cataloging. Go figure.
But I must take a break from World War history to remind you- if you would like a free paperback copy of Laura Esquivel’s The Law of Love, including the cd of Puccini, Liliana Felipe and others and the amazing illustrations of Miguelanxo Prado, comment here or email me at winecountrybooksnapa at gmail. If you promise to read the book and comment on it once or twice for our discussion, it is yours. I will put it right in the mail. You can paypal me or mail a check. I trust you.
My romance with this book has been on again off again, but right now it is decidedly on. You can read my initial thoughts and some thoughtful comments in the previous post. The members of the Wine Country Books online book discussion (okay, my mom and I) are hard at it, and I just sent out a friendly reminder to others (okay, my cousin).
Stay tuned for my and other members’ thoughts regarding the first 62 pages and first two tracks on the cd and the next installment!