I'm not quite sure what happened to March.
It's half over, and I've hardly read one book.
So I apologize to Trish, Melissa, JoAnn and others who were reading Vanity Fair with a final wrap up post due today. If I tell you that you further inspired me to read it can I bring myself back into grace?
Because Naxos Audio Books sent me the audio version of the novel, and I will be listening to it in the car on the way to work. It is read by "Georgina Sutton (who) trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. She has toured extensively to repertory theatres around the UK in plays and musicals and has appeared in numerous pantomimes. Film credits include The Gallery (Channel 4) and the presentation and voiceover for 3G Mobile documentary. Audio work includes various commercials for Classic FM and recording course and instruction manuals as learning tools. Georgina is a regular voice for Marks & Spencer and Waitrose."
Therefore, I beg forgiveness while assuring you that I will partake in the discussion.
Just probably a month later than all of you.
(Listen to a sample of the recording here.)