–> For anyone who was excessively worried, cut it out. Minor case of tendonitis. Am laying off the archery and (mostly offline) writing binge that was December, and switching to catching up on some reading. You know, of those paper things, what do you call them, books? What people read when they aren’t surfing the internet.
But the hands really do need a break. I am, as a result, setting aside the schedule for a little while. Next post out, barring some surprise, will be a review of Robert George & Christopher Tollefsen’s Embryo: A Defense of Human Life. (Which I have just finished reading, and highly recommend, but won’t be getting to the review for a little while. Summary: It’s worth purchasing.) And after that, The Relation of Church and State in the Middle Ages, published by Requiem Press and which is short, affordable, promises to be interesting, and is currently on order — so I haven’t any idea what I’m really getting, just that it looked like my kind of topic. (And if you read here, probably yours, too.)
Over at the homeschooling blog I’ll be putting up my review of Dark Night of the Soul, followed, I hope, by a review of RP’s children’s book about the story of Our Lady of Victory, and another children’s book I picked up for the godchildren and read last week.
Not sure what else is in the pipeline. Once DNS goes up I get to pick another Catholic Company book to review, but I haven’t looked to see what the current choices are. Still a little ways away from that. Oh and have a pile to work through thanks to my several relatives who sent book money for Christmas (thank you, relatives), so some of that will eventually get here.
Will let you know when things return to normalish at the blog. Hope you are having a good year.