My friend, Sheila, is an avid... oh, that word doesn't begin to accurately describe her voracious appetite for books. Voracious... grrrrrr... that's better. Her passion for books led to her starting a book club that she has been hosting for eight years which was naturally destined to develop into her most recent adventure. She has a book blog where she posts what she is reading along with her personal reviews of the books. Frequently, authors send her additional copies of their books to give away, which she graciously does through drawings. Her most recent drawing is for Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly by James E. McWilliams. I read a few pages inside the book on Amazon's listing... very thought-provoking. The author's premise is that the farm-to-table movement, which factors in how far a type of food must travel from where it is produced to finally end up on our plate determining whether it is a conscientious choice or not, is flawed. He believes that food miles are "only a minor link in the complex chain of food production". It peaks my interest to want to read more. If you'd like to enter Sheila's drawing for this book, click on this link to her One Person's Journey Through a World of Books Blog. Pour yourself a mug of aromatic coffee or a steaming a cup of herbal tea. She will draw you in like an impromptu visit with a good friend.