When you’re yearning to travel but are stuck at home what do you do? Read, of course.
I’m thinking about ambition this week. And what it means.
Fredrik Backman’s book Beartown is not just a book about hockey, about life on the ice. It’s about friendship, loyalty, betrayal, and a community torn apart by a game.
Sometimes I don’t want a deep and meaty book. I just want a book that is charming, well written, and lovely.
When you read, and listen to, and watch three great mysteries in the same week, that’s called Mystery Lovers’ Nirvana.
Being read to is one of life’s small pleasures. And shouldn’t be abandoned just because we’re not children anymore.
I was in a reading drought for a while. But lately it’s been raining wonderful books.
When winter gets nasty it’s time to hunker down with a good book. Here’s some of my winter reading.
I’m thinking of starting a club for lovers of mystery novels. For those who are addicted to murder and mayhem. We’ll call it Mystery Lovers Anonymous, okay?
Apparently it’s possible to teach empathy. That’s good news in my books
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