If you are here, you are almost done! Not everyone read your book! Your challenge is to convey the important ideas about your lit circle book in your post. I like to include Golden Lines , which are quotes that I want to remember. Teaching strategies inspired by your text are great to share. I also like to share my AHAs, the big ideas that are circling in my head about text as well as any questions that I want to explore or were unanswered. You should also try to comment on at least 2 posts from people who read the book that you did not! I am working on Hicks’ next book, Crafting Digital Writing. It goes a little bit deeper into composing across media and genres. If you didn’t read Hicks’ book or did and want to learn more, check out his Digital Writing wikispace: http://digitalwritingworkshop.wikispaces.com/home. Hillocks doesn’t have a web presence like Hicks, but a quick google search will help you find ample resources such as the Book of Bad Arguments: https://bookofbadarguments.com/?view=allpages.