Who, Me?

Today, I feel like Steve Martin’s character in The Jerk when he discovers his name in the phone book:

The new phone books are here! I’m somebody!

Why is that? Because my friend, Michele, who I met through the Meetup app, asked if I’d be interested in having Mayhem at the Happy Valley Motor Inn and Resort discussed at the group’s monthly book club meeting via Zoom in April.

Of course I said yes.

As my character, Zeke Fitzgerald, would say, “Well, don’t that beat all?”

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

20 thoughts on “Who, Me?”

      1. Leslie I’d love to but it won’t be any time soon. My already lousy health is worsening and reducing my activity, so I’m a year or so behind on reviews I need to do. I love that you capture conversation so well. That’s what I think draws a reader into a book, the “sound” of real people talking.

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