Saturday, September 17, 2011
Their blog is called Two Heads Together. I quote its purpose here: "...we're two avid readers who just happen to be librarians. We deal with books all day long and then go home to read. Geeks? Maybe. Lovers of books? Definitely. We've decided to begin this blog because we see so many wonderful books become orphans either because of lack of support from publishers or lack of word of mouth."
It's a lovely idea, I thought—to dedicate a blog to authors and books that might not be getting the Grand Tour treatment. I was so very moved, then, when I realized that the blog's first post was dedicated to a suite of books by yours truly, and includes a truly kind review of You Are My Only.
Reading this blog post brought to tears to my eyes; it also revived for me a memory: I was in Atlantic City, a one-night getaway with my husband, when an email came into Blackberry. It was from a man named Ed, who had been trying valiantly to get a copy of one of my earlier books for review. I am half blind at this point in my life and typed back what I'm sure was an error-rich message: Send your address; I'll make sure that you get one. It probably read like this: tbey sooe xxarrdss! I'll ,sru pfru u git 2.
Ed's been a dear friend in the book journey life ever since. And Susan, I feel I know you and have always valued you. Even if you did purportedly steal a copy of Dangerous Neighbors from Ed's own generous hands.
Thank you, both.