I‘ve really been enjoying #ReadingUSA2019 and have just signed up for #ReadingEurope2020, hosted by the fabulous @Librarybelle and @BarbaraBB ! Head on over the Librarybelle‘s post for the sign up link if you‘re interested in joining in. It‘s a fun, no-pressure challenge.
Inspired by @Kalalalatja's post about Danish authors, here's a list of German books translated into English.
@Librarybelle and @BarbaraBB
We‘re taking a trip through Europe in 2020! Join @Librarybelle and me on a year long challenge to read books set in an European country or by an author from an European country. Track your reading by signing up for the challenge using the below link. Post throughout the year with #ReadingEurope2020 and remember to tag us!
1. I'm back at A Distant Mirror. Approaching the halfway point. It's a long, dense book. Also Sakhalin Island, but it's longer, denser, and boring. I finished This Is How You Lose the Time War yesterday.
2. "When the château passed passed into the possession or Philip of Burgundy, the devices were kept in working order by a resident artist."
3. Oat caramel latte.
"Evidence /... / indicates that women‘s death rate was higher than men‘s between the ages of twenty and forty, presumably from childbearing and greater vulnerability to disease. After forty the death rate was reversed, and women, once widowed, were allowed to choose for themselves whether to remarry or not." this is true for most of post-antiquity European history; the best position a woman can find herself is as a window.
After frequent Trips to Eastern Europe and the former Soviet empire, journalist Rosenberg wrote this book on the moral political and legal dilemmas of countries with a communist past. This is a nonfiction book that could be used with high school students. #ucflae3414f19
#BookNLunch! (The tagged audiobook—10 hours in, 30+ to go! 😁) #LittleCaesars Edition! Accompaniment this cold, sunny afternoon: thin crust pepperoni pizza, pepperoni bread, garlic paremsan wings, and Vanilla Coke. MMMmmm 😋! This has been another presentation of: #MrBookKitchen! Happy reads & happy eats! 😎👌🏻
#MrBook1inaMillion #LitsyPartyOfOne #24B4Monday
#BookNDinner! Accompaniment this chilly and dark evening: broccoli florets, green beans, bella mushrooms, and carrots sautéed in extra virgin olive oil; cucumbers, grape tomatoes, walnuts, rotisserie chicken, black olives, and mozzarella slices; parmesan cheese and garlic parmesan dressing; and white peach ginger sparkling water. MMMmmm ?! This has been another presentation of: #MrBookKitchen. Happy reads & happy eats! ???