Took a good break so I can reset my brain, and this book brings my total count for 2019 at thirty books!! Most I‘ve ever read... An incredible feeling. It‘s very small and cute, so I took a side-by-side as my hand for reference
French Quarter Fiction edited by Joshua Clark is a great anthology about one of America's most iconic cities. I love reading anthologies, but I hate reviewing them. This is a really good one, though. I've read it a few times over the years because it's full of great stories about one of my favorite places on Earth.
Holly @Hooked_on_books - thank you so much for your card and the bookmark which arrived today. So lovely to get home from work ( in minus temperatures!) and get a card all the way from Hawaii.
Did you make the card yourself? It‘s very pretty! And so full of news too - your new flowery venture is certainly exciting and I hope you continue to enjoy it!
These are the six I hadn‘t read/looked into already that I liked on the #Toblonglist. I was surprised/happy to see Nothing to See Here on the list. That was a real sleeper hit with me.
I checked out the tagged book from my library. I was honestly surprised they had it. Thanks for the tag @merelybookish 👍🏻📚😁
Are you judging this year @L_auren ?
This is my favourite read of Nov 2019. Handcrafted stories that leave you speechless. Loved to see Murakami's version of Gregor Samsa, Justice Well Served! Kafka would be proud to see Samsa getting some well deserved love after a buggy life since 1915 :) Some quotes from this book hit you right at the spot 💘!
Now I have Percy Faith on loop thanks to Murakami!