Ahh, yes, reading…as I shared Sunday morning,
I’m reading in the care home as I keep vigil
with my cousin on his end of life here journey.
What a gift to be able to read –
the comfort of having a book and ereader
to keep company during these hours!
Katie’s beautiful gift book arrived perfectly timed
to tuck into my bag on the way to the care home.
A contemporary that captivated me with its
of the inner world of beauty – fashion, photography,
and modelling – as one woman comes to realize her
true value is more than just her looks .
Book 2 follow-up of this London Regency series
that captured me with a suspenseful spy intrigue.
This one refers much to book 1,
yet develops along a more relational interest
of love lost, grieving, and the consequences
of an “I’ll show him” attitude…
I also completed
earlier in the week.
Un.be.lievably intense WWII drama
based on true life stories. I’m up for 1st day
of the Litfuse book tour. I will have to pre-empt that
if my cousin passes away, but there is an entire
blog lineup featuring Liz Tolsma’s evocative
Keeping track of it all for the #CleanSweepArc
Found a great post on beating review burnout –
6 Ways to Avoid Book Review Burnout
ties in well with Sheila’s post on finding arcs!
Midnite tonight – May 12 – begins Bout of Books
Readathon 10 ! Still time to signup =)
[currently 348 goal pages linked – gotta luv readers!]
#154 reminder for me !
Enjoy your reading moments
wherever you find them!
And feel free to share with us at Sheila’s
Book Journey linkup each monday.
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