Brilliant but long, it‘s taken me a while to work my way through it but so far it‘s worth the journey!
What I read in January
Snuggly kitty, soft blanket, good book. I'm ready to hygge!
(Attempting) a bedtime read of How To Be A Person - if you loved Tiny Beautiful Things this one is a must
We've had several emergencies at the library this week including a coworker having a major medical event, leaving only two of us to rebuild and unpack the entire library, all our offices, our workroom, storage room, testing room, and reference rooms. after having flooring replaced. Our hospitalized compatriot had all the directions and hardware, so my boss and I are winging it in true bad feminist style. So far to go and school starts soon!
Such a fun read! Perfect to pick up and read selections from a bit at a time or to plow through in a night or two as I did.
This just didn't do it for me. The author was trying so hard to be witty and clever but I left the book wondering what the point of it was, beyond showing that the author wanted a chance to show the reader that he can play with words.
Every summer my husband and I choose a SFF series to listen to on audio concurrently. We're not in the same car enough to try to listen at the same time, but we each listen on our own and then discuss. This was my year to pick and I think the fact that Luke is a book ahead of me says I picked well
There's ugly news very near my town. I wont give it publicity but I'm ashamed of the actions of this man. As a member of the social groups he represents, I apologize for the hate spoken in the name of my Jesus and my heritage. Reading this book now to learn how to defeat the damage done by hate.
So much to live here! I've got at least three friends in mind who will need to borrow it as soon as I finish! I love finding a book and knowing exactly who it was written for and being able to pass it on to that person.
I've been on a real minimalism/deck uttering book kick this year and I'm excited to add this one to the list!
Not my usual choice, but therapist recommended. Learning to be impeccable with my words.
Today's reference desk reading by Zach Anner - struggling not to laugh too loud