Hey, lovely friends! I was going to wait and share these with you next month, but then I went and finished another book, so I thought, why not? Here's what I've been reading in the last month in concise tweet-like reviews.
Parnassus on Wheels by Christopher Morley
A quirky, endearing novella about a middle-aged woman who buys a bookselling wagon on a whim and heads out on an adventure. This was a quick and delightful read. (I bought the Kindle version that came with The Haunted Bookshop, which I haven't read yet-- as of now it's only $0.99 on Amazon!)
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
My love affair with RR books continues... this one sucked me right in, and reminded me how much I loved college, and how powerful reading & writing can be. (Plus, super cute love story of course). I can't get enough of her books.
This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper
Great family and cultural (Jewish) dynamics here, but wowsers was it a bit graphic compared to what I'm used to reading. You know how they say guys are always thinking about sex? This book backs that statement up... and then some.
Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind Edited by Jocelyn K. Glei
I checked this out from the Prime Kindle lending library months ago and finally finished it. I really loved it, and it was great read and digested in small, inspiring chunks.
New this month:
Finding God at the Kitchen Sink: totally loving this blog-like devotional
Sense & Sensibility: last book for our book club!
Someday, Someday, Maybe: a novel by Lorelei Gilmore, I mean, Sarah Braverman, I mean Lauren Graham!
and several more than I'll tell you about next time!
Thanks, Anne, for the fun linkup.
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