reading

  1. Home
  2. reading
  3. (Page 4)

Friday Reads #6

4 Comments
Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Woo – progress! Next week, my February wrap-up. Finished: No Matter the Wreckage – Sarah Kay & Sophia Janowitz – 4.5* (Feb 28) Sometimes, poetry and…

Friday Reads #5

1 Comment
Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Finished: Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens – 3.75* (Feb 13) I’m not entirely sure how to rate this book. It made me cry but I…

Friday Reads #4

2 Comments
Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” Finished: The Clockmaker’s Daughter – Kate Morton – 3.5* (Feb 4) It pains me to give this book only 3.5*. I count Kate Morton’s novels…

January 2019 Reading Wrap-Up

No Comments
The first monthly review of the new year! And I’m off to a good start. January goal: I’m going to set a goal of three books for January. What I read: (Link to my Goodreads 2019 Reading Challenge) Zen and the Art of Happiness  Chris Prentiss 5* (Jan 1)Review The Second Mrs. Hockaday Susan Rivers 4* (Jan 6)Review The Sadness of Beautiful Things Simon Van…

Friday Reads #3

5 Comments
Welcome to Friday Reads. Each Friday, I’ll review any books I’ve completed that week, as well as share what I’m reading right now. And by “Each Friday,” I mean “some Fridays.” No post for the last couple of Fridays because I was in vacation mode. But never fear – that doesn’t mean I wasn’t reading! I’m…

Reading

Currently Reading

Solomon's Throne
0 of 5 stars true
tagged: currently-reading

goodreads.com

Recent Pins

  • A comprehensive reference database of dimensioned drawings documenting the standard measurements and sizes of the everyday objects and spaces that make up our world.
  • So much of death is a mystery, between how and when we’re going to go, if there’s anything beyond the grave—you know, all the pleasant stuff. But while a lot of this is out of our control, there is one aspect of our impending deaths that we usually can choose: what happens to our body.
  • 581 Sensory Words to Take Your Writing from Bland to Brilliant
Follow Me on Pinterest

Archives

Menu