It's Valentine's Day, and thoughts go to the invitation of eros. Of this, Rumi speaks well: Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I'll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. Ideas, language, even the phrase each other doesn't make any sense.   (#158 from OPEN SECRET, Versions of Rumi, translated by John Moyne & Coleman Barks) And check out today's Blog Tour stop for THE LOVE OF MY (OTHER) LIFE: BookNerdAsh. Follow BookNerdAsh on Twitter here. Also, here's a great thoughtful review of THE LOVE OF MY (OTHER) LIFE on Stillreading Blog: "This is a lovely story of love and loss, surmounting obstacles, believing in what appears to be unbelievable and taking second chances. ...There is a quirky, magical feel to this story...The book is a quick read, only 235 pages and I really enjoyed it. Actually, it put me in mind of the film Kate and Leopold with Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman, so I suppose anyone who enjoyed that film would really like this book." Since I am hopelessly enthralled by music these days, here's an old favorite: "Shelter" by Lone Justice.