Deal Me In 2015 – Week 16 Wrap Up

The weeks are flying by and we are getting close to being 1/3 of the way through our Deal Me In decks. Are you still with us? Have you fallen behind? Don’t despair – with short stories, it doesn’t take long to catch up. I’d rather not admit how far I was behind at one point in my inaugural year of this challenge. 🙂  AND I know several participants are keeping pace but not necessarily posting about the stories they read (which is fine – as the “rules” of Deal Me In emphasize); I invite them to comment on a weekly wrap up post or two, though, to let us know how they are doing. Living vicariously through others’ reading and blogging is a big part of DMI!  Below are links to new posts since last week’s update:

Randall at Time Enough at Last shares his thoughts on “Proper Library” by Carolyn Ferrell

Katherine at The Writerly Reader steps back into the ring with “Long Odds” by Stuart Kaminsky

Dale of Mirror With Clouds posts about “Hell-Heaven” by Jhumpa Lahiri DMI’ers may also want to heck out his Bradbury of the Month post on the story “The Wilderness

Jason at Literature Frenzy tackles the Joyce Carol Oates classic “Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?

“o” at Behold The Stars read Samuel Johnson’s essay “Why Pastorals Delight

That leaves me (Jay at Bibliophilopolis!) and I maintain my fanboy status with author Katherine Vaz, via her story “The Journey of The Eyeball

sam johnson(Even the great Samuel Johnson occasionally fell behind doing the Deal Me In challenge, and could often be seen in cafes around London frantically reading from one of his many short story anthologies – as in the famous portrait above.)

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