Audiobooks, Knitting and Les Mis

Things in the reading department are a bit slow at the moment. Roughly half way through an ebook galley of The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg, which I’m quite enjoying, and barely made headway with Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, which has been on my TBR for entirely too long, Continue reading Audiobooks, Knitting and Les Mis

Thoughts on Station Eleven

This isn’t a review because I haven’t finished the book yet, but as I’m reading Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, I keep returning to the same thoughts and wanted to work them out here. Dystopian novels, particularly in YA, are rather popular these days, aren’t they? Of course, Continue reading Thoughts on Station Eleven

Currently On Hand

Currently On Hand (COH) is going to be a regular update (hopefully weekly and on a particular day-which currently remains undecided but is likely to be somewhere between Saturday – LIBRARY DAY! – and Monday) that, as the title states, shares what I currently have on hand from the library, what Continue reading Currently On Hand

Reading Selections

Why do I read what I read? Like most people, I tend to select books that fall into genres I already know I enjoy. Historical Fiction? Yes. Young Adult? Check. Romance? Depends…is it labeled Historical Romance like Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series (a label Herself does not particularly care for, as Continue reading Reading Selections