is the suspense killing you?
yes, yes, we are going to discuss, but some people are STILL waiting to receive the book. is anyone else camped out on their front porch wondering if that big brown truck is ever going to show?
we've invited some friends from far off places around the globe to join us for this conversation, so it won't just be the same ole lot of us having the same ole conversation. (you know, the white guys with the latest & greatest in clever facial hair and rich american housewives like myself.) all this to say, i think it's worth it to hang in there until our friends can join us. if all goes well, i'm sending books by fastest means possible tuesday morning.
just in case you're curious, sivin kit is joining us from malaysia.
michelle bainbridge is going to give her two cents from south africa.
and of course, you already met john from japan, who is being deceptively agreeable. (please, please don't punch his power or poverty buttons--his two most brilliant subjects-- although it would make everything much more entertaining). :)
andre daley is already on board as well as karen haluza. jump in anytime & say "hey", you bloggers who have yet to introduce yourselves. it'll give us something to read while we're waiting to start full swing. and someone say something unremarkable or silly. if we have to be smart or serious the whole time, i'll never make it.
it would also be great to hear from those of you who've already started. anything you're dying to talk about so far? initial impressions? gold star for ken's A+ book report? all suggestions for the course of our conversation welcome.