Deal Me In 2015 – Week 7 Wrap Up


Happy Presidents Day (one of the great days to work in the banking industry!) to everyone. And happy birthday to Dale – the pen behind Mirror With Clouds – even though he is not a president. 🙂 Below are links to new posts since the last update:

“o” at Behold the Stars read Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “Aurora Leigh”

Tracy at Bitter Tea and Mystery read Ruth Rendell’s “The Case of the Shaggy Caps”

Cleo at Classical Carousel read Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “Friendship

Dale at Mirror With Clouds posted about Sherwood Anderson’s “The Strength of God”

Marian at Tanglewood was dealt a “valentine story” by Deal Me In “The Beauty and the Beast” by Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont

Elsie at The Book Drum provides some brief updates on the Wordsworth poems she’s read, including “It is a Beauteous a Evening, Calm and Free”, “We Are Seven”, “When to the Attractions of the Busy World”, “Goody Blake and Harry Gill”, and “Ode to Duty Anecdote to Fathers”

John-Paul at The Reader Regards Himself read Pete Hamill’s “The Revolt of the White Lower Middle Class” John-Paul has also started doing a Deal Me In Music challenge (album reviews) check it out at I particularly enjoyed his piece on INXS’s “Kick”

Katherine at The Writerly Reader read “The Sandman” by E.T.A. Hoffman

I posted about Jeffrey Eugenides’s “Extreme Solitude and also Junot Diaz’s “Monstro

See you next week!


  1. Dale said,

    February 16, 2015 at 3:34 pm

    Thanks for the birthday wishes, Jay!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jay said,

      February 17, 2015 at 8:20 am

      You’re welcome. Hope you had a good one!


  2. John-Paul said,

    February 22, 2015 at 9:01 pm

    Thanks, man. I’m back at work now and finding it tough to keep things going but I am. My music challenge replaces my writing for the TBR challenge which was a bit random. Odd, because the randomness of this deal me in challenge is really appealing.


    • Jay said,

      February 24, 2015 at 8:13 am

      No problem. 🙂 I agree on the randomness, which has been a big attraction for me also, along with spotting “coincidences” in the order my stories are dealt out. I confess that at first I didn’t think I’d care as much for your “journalism” version of DMI, but those ‘stories’ have turned out to include several of my favorites from the group this year.


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