Rereading

I’m rereading Bird By Bird, a book by Anne Lamott. The subtitle is “Some Instructions About Writing and Life.” Lamott is a writer and writing teacher who lives in California, somewhat neurotic, very funny and a good follow on Facebook. This book is about what it means to be a writer—the work and mindset involved. … Continue reading Rereading

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Reading List, March 2018—My Last (And Next) Five Books

Before we get into the books I'm reading to start the new year, I have a little boasting to do about my 2017 reading. I actually met my goal for the year, which was to read 25 books written by women. And a couple more by the guys, getting me to 27 for the year. … Continue reading Reading List, March 2018—My Last (And Next) Five Books

Reading List: My Last (And Next) Five Books, March 2017

The election of our first woman president was a momentous occasion, and I decided to commemorate the milestone by reading a lot of books by female authors this year. Oh, wait… Turns out, we didn’t elect a woman president. (Well, WE did, but the Electoral College chose someone else, but that’s another story…) I’m not … Continue reading Reading List: My Last (And Next) Five Books, March 2017

Reading List, February 2013—My Last (And Next) Five Books

I'm back on track with reading now, hopefully. As you'll see, Christmas threw a big, and welcome, wrench into my reading list. My last five books, in order of completion: 1: A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. It's my Christmas tradition. This year I put it off until the last moment, and didn't start reading … Continue reading Reading List, February 2013—My Last (And Next) Five Books