As in books, I mean...What are you reading?
(There's usually so much stuff on my nightstand I have to scoot things over
to find a place to charge my phone...) ~
Any good old-fashioned page-turning hold-in-your-hands books?
Or do you read on your tablet or phone or Kindle-thingy?
I know they're not all the newest releases,
but here are mine for now...
I haven't started any of them, so I welcome "reviews"!
The Time Traveler's Wife; Audrey Niffennegger
Little Altars Everywhere; Rebecca Wells
Proof of Heaven; Dr.Eben Alexander, M.D.
Andrew's Brain; E.L. Doctorow
Maud; Richard Lee Strout
"Maud" was actually released in 1939; a compilation of the diaries of Miss Maud Rittenhouse,
a young socialite in the 1880s in Cairo, Illinois...
My husband's family was from Cairo, and over the years I've heard this book
mentioned several times...this one or that one was a subject in the "Maud-Book"...
that scandalous book!
When researching The Cairo City Cemetery for my other blog, I came across
some of Miss Rittenhouse's family and decided I was going to track down a copy
of "The Book"... I found mine online through Alibris Books, a very fine seller.
So, now...I'll see what all the fuss is about.
In the meantime, I'm going to finish a Faerie-House commission and paint today,
but first I'm going to link my pink "Naked Lady" lilies (previous post)
Hop on over and see all the "pink", and wish Beverly a Happy Birthday!
Have a great day, everyone!
BTW, the "watercolor" edit of the photo of my nightstand is by JixiPix Software;
it's called Aquarella, and it's fun and user-friendly (if I can do it, it's very friendly)!