Hi to all!
Please take a few minutes ASAP to look at the list, make a selection, and post your RSVP, including your choice of book. I know this is a long way in advance, but if you think you are at all likely to come, please respond yes, and if a conflict on your calendar develops down the road, nobody will mind as long as you let us know.
No "maybe" RSVPs, please. I've moderated this group since 2007 and have learned several things, and the most outstanding lesson is that "'Maybe" means, "Not only will I not come, I won't bother to tell you I'm not coming." So, please RSVP; yes is great, no is sometimes a fact of life, and maybe is a no-go.
On to the book selection:
Like a practical treatment of neuro and behavioral research? Try Switch, How to Change Things When Change is Hard
by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. This book isn't out in paperback, but the hardback is heavily discounted. It's also in hard and downloadable audio editions and Kindle format.
Do you enjoy witty memoirs? Want to read something fresh and personal by a writer who's been called a modern day twentysomething Dorothy Parker?
If you want to read and discuss any of the books from prior lists, that's great and I will update the list to include any of those books that a member wants to commit to reading and coming to a meeting to discuss, let me know by email if that applies.
Happy soggy (in Jax anyhow) Fourth of July, and get those RSVPS in, or to put it more patriotically, vote on whether you plan to come to the meeting. This group does not tax you and it tries to represent you!