I love when writers share about their journals!
This was recommended to me and I‘m glad it was. Quite enjoyable as I pack boxes. #NFNovember
1. Ghostwriter on PBS, So Weird on Disney...I always liked the paranormal stuff!
2. Hold Still by Sally Mann
4. Hopefully some more snow days for curling up under a blanket and reading 😆
5. Will do! #friyayintro @jesshowbooks
This was an easy one for me since I have a whole shelf dedicated to art books. The bottom one (Bosco) is a book I received from my former boss (a painter) when I left for greener pastures.
I love photography and art theory.
I'm a big geek!!! 😁
We don't talk much about what happens when we die. Years ago, sex was the unmentionable thing; now it's death.
Memoir with lots and lots of images, so audiobook (read by the author) comes with a pdf. Unfortunately, pdf is not compatible with my iPod, so I got a print copy from the library. Very enjoyable.
This postmortem readjustment is one that many of us have had to make when our parents die. The parental door against which we have spent a lifetime pushing finally gives way and we lurch forward, unprepared and disbelieving, into the rest of our lives.
Along with the purchase of the Encyclopedia Britannica, his parents had also bought, as library ornaments, the 54 Great Books of the Western World. They never suspected the subversive potential behind all that gleaming leather and gold.
TBR Tuesday with a very ambitious @24in48 stack! The Fever and The Girls are top of the stack even though they're near the bottom. And I need to get to the Fireman - all for the @Litsybookclub and the @WhoPickedThisBook club! Titles subject to change if I go on another poetry kick!