My Sunday Evening Post has turned into an every-other-Sunday-post, so today’s post will be a catch up for the past two weeks.
The Book of Awesome Women a wonderful book which was my first “professional review.” (see previous post, please)
bel hooks’ Feminism is for Everyone, a book which explained today’s brand of feminism vs. the “militant” feminism of the 70’s and 80’s. It was enlightening and educational.
Children’s Books: The Classroom at the End of the Hall, Punished, Ida B., Saving Zsasha, and Mister and Me All were chapter books, some with more chapters than others, but because they were for junior high and below, they were fast reads.
The Houston Chronicle’s Sunday Edition for each of the two weeks. This is my fun thing to do on Sunday afternoons when it is too hot to go out or to go anywhere here in Texas.
The Good American, which will be reviewed next week
Jo Jo Moyes’ Paris for One and Other stories, a novelette and eight other very short short stories (To be reviewed next week also)
I am Continuing to Read:
Poetic Rituals by author and blogger Ritu Bhatal I am so glad I bought this book of poems. I just wish I could make it last longer. I reward myself with two or so poems each day.
The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey a mystery published in large print in 1951 I have just begun but am totally intrigued.
I worked on:
The plans for my Bookworm Club which starts Tuesday
The syllabus and curriculum (plus lesson plans) for my Comp II class that begins at the local community college Wednesday.
I have been a busy girl and enjoyed visiting with friends (and a couple of doctors) these past two weeks as well.
Here’s hoping the week ahead is good for me and for you. Happy Reading!