Rather than kludge the post title into a reference to my book title, I’m going to tell you a story. Once upon a time, my mother was studying English at a very conservative, religious university. (Where I also went; not knocking it, just setting up the story.) For one of her classes, Mom read Dante’s Inferno (and probably the rest of The Divine Comedy, too). She brought her text with her to work on campus.
Okay, I mentioned how super-super conservative this university is? Like, swearing-(among-many-other-things)-is-verbotten conservative. ‘Kay.
So her boss took great delight in greeting my mother each day: “Where in Hell are you today, Diana?”
Well, I’m laughing. Humor comes from the unexpected, right?
Anyway, I’ve been out and about in the blogosphere this week! Come catch up with me:
Today, you could find a brand new excerpt from Chapter Two of I, Spy at Lisa is a Bookworm!
And tomorrow, come learn about the setting I didn’t use at Darlene’s Book Nook.