My reading challenge has been my anchor during a busy first third of 2016. It has flown by in a haze of events, assignments, responsibilities, new experiences. In other words: life. Through this rush, #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks has kept me focused without putting inordinate pressure on me to read a set number of books by a set… Continue reading Ramping up my reading challenge in May
I began today feeling exceedingly overwhelmed by my own damn books. This weekend, I inhaled The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty. As with so many books in my Nook library, it’s there because I found it offered for $1.99. It’s difficult to resist e-books offered for $2.99 or under. Why, that’s less than a large iced… Continue reading #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks Update: Overwhelmed, and not
Last week, these were the books in my reading queue: The Martian by Andy Weir and Two Years Eight Months and Twenty Eight Days by Salman Rushdie. Both were for book clubs, one that I lead and one in which I’m a participant. And both were borrowed through my local library’s e-lending program.