This has been an “off week”, and I took advantage of it by making it a reading week. Tuesday through today (Sunday) my main activity has been reading.
I have finished:
Who Is the Human? by Gary Pegoda — Reviewed recently on this blog. Good sci-fi action.
The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald–Reviewed recently on this blog.
Setting Free the Kites by Alex George–a recent library impulse selection chosen because it was large print and thoroughly enjoyed. To be reviewed on this blog soon.
The Devil’s Highway by Alberto Urrea–Reviewed recently on this blog.
Continuing to Read:
Set aside temporarily, Garth Stein’s A Sudden Light
My non-fiction attempt to expand my genre preferences, bell hooks’s Feminism is For Everybody: Passionate Politics I have barely begun, but I feel I should read bel hooks.
A book recommended by a fellow blogger at Brainfluff, The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan
A Kindle Purchase written by a blogging friend Notes from a Small Dog by Ani
The rest of the TV series, “Genius”, the story of Albert Einstein’s life and work
Rick Steves’ Europe on PBS, Went to Germany, twice; Scotland; parts of England. I never get tired of him as a tour guide nor his show. We often watch during meals since they are only thirty minutes long.
Movie, “The Magdalene Sisters–brutal! A true story from Ireland.
Next week brings doctor’s visits and a few fun things as well, and of course, LOTS of reading!