I haven’t felt much like reading the past couple days. I’m in shock, trying to process things. Seen at Wednesday’s insurrection / coup / riot (what are you calling it?): NoosesConfederate flagsAn “Auschwitz Camp” sweatshirt with “Staff” printed on the back White supremacy is real. Systemic racism is real. Anti-Semitism is real. Should Trump flags … Continue reading American Folklore
How do you read? Do you skim over some sentences, not seeing each individual word but getting the gist just the same? Do you read slowly, "hearing" each word in your head? I admit I do both. For certain authors I force myself to slow down and take in every word, to hear every inflection … Continue reading Savor a good book lately?
Here's what I have out of the library right now. Anything look interesting to you? Friends and Strangers by J. Courtney SullivanOpen Book by Jessica SimpsonKeep it Moving: Lessons for the Rest of Your Life by Twyla TharpBe Water My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee by Shannon LeeReal Change: Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and … Continue reading Check it out
Are you a page-a-day person? I'm into these kind of books. I don't read each one every single day, though, it depends on my mood. They all provide guidance but in different ways. One of my favorites is Hal Borland's Twelve Moons of the Year. Hal was a staff and editorial writer for the NY … Continue reading Page-a-day books
This is my running book list going back to January. Every time I hear of a book that sounds interesting I write it down. It's a ridiculously long list, prepare to scroll! I'll never read all of these, I mean first of all I don't read for a living (I wish). And sometimes I look … Continue reading books to read 2020