I'm slowly working through Charity Detox, the sequel to the controversial 2011 book by the same author, Toxic Charity. While I agree with many of the author's points about the state of non-profit work in the United States today, I take strong issue with a) the way many arguments are presented and b) the religious overtones in the book as a whole. Still wrapping my mind around how to write about a book that I think is worth reading as part of a conversation, though I'd never recommend it as standalone on a subject.
I expect this will be a quiet week in reading for me as I've got a boatload of household projects on my list, though I'm still working my way through Cloud Atlas and Drums of Autumn.
And in case you didn't see it last week: I'm hosting a Summer of #BlumeALong event, starting next week! Won't you join us? We're reading Are You There God? It's Me Margaret first, then Summer Sisters in July. Come for one, come for both!