book club


The book club is back, and we’re set to read El Deafo by Cece Bell.

El Deafo

This is a graphic novel that has won a ton of awards. I have not read it yet but my kids have (and they loved it).

It’s widely available – at your local library, online through Amazon or whatever retailer you use.

I’ve set up a calendar for this site to keep track of all the stuff that’s going on. The book club discussion dates/dates will be added, so just check in.

Be sure to join the Facebook group (links below) where we talk about it, and I’ll have some stuff set up for a Twitter chat as well. Sound good?


The book club has moved to a Facebook group called “Lit League: A Riveting Book Club for Disability Intersections“. 

You can still tap into the books we are reading on Goodreads., but all of the discussion, polls, etc will be on the Facebook group.

No Pity: People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement

Why? Because this is a classic. For those of who have been involved with disability community and activism for a while, getting back to some staples and reviewing classics is always a good idea. For those new to the community, it’s a real eye-opener and game-changer. Let’s do it.

This book should be easy to get your hands on. It’s available for free in public libraries, linked here on Amazon (which also includes Kindle and Audible for those who listen to their books) and on Barnes & Noble (includes Nook).


Start reading on October 21st, one month to read it. Check ins and discussions on the FB page.

Sound good? Thanks, I love you too 🙂 

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