Oh, my gosh! Where did this summer go? Actually, unfortunately, I know where it went. Mostly to physical therapy and exercises and not to writing 😦 But, I am free once again and hard at work on novel number 3. Continue reading
Last week, I showed you all the library books I had checked out currently from three area libraries our family frequents. If you missed the whole 83-book-pile, you can see it here. This week, I thought I’d show you the breakdown of genres, and explain why I have so many. #bookworm problems Continue reading
Oh, my. I just can’t seem to help myself. I feel like new books are coming at me at the speed of an Indie 500 car. I go to several libraries to write. And hardly ever come home empty handed. Can you relate? Continue reading
I thought you might enjoy a quick update on my reading this year so far.
I’ve finished Above Suspicion by Helen MacInnes of course, and I read The War that Saved My Life. The others in the picture above are still waiting.
I’ve set this year’s reading goal at 75. So far for the month of January I’m on track, even a little ahead at 9 books.
I’ve finished 3 homeschooling books, 3 WWII books, including the children’s book, The War That Saved My Life, by Kimberly Bradley. The last 3 were suspense/mystery.
My favorite for this month was Above Suspicion by Helen MacInnes, mentioned in an earlier post. See it here: http://wp.me/p6J6uk-4E
Do you have a favorite this month so far? How is your reading coming along? Have any books to share with us?
I’ll tell you why. Yesterday, I went to three public libraries in the area where I live. Yes, three.
I went to the first one to meet a writing friend so we could work on our books. During a break to stretch and walk around, I found three books and four movies to check out.
I worked at that library for a couple hours, then my friend and I had lunch together. Later that afternoon, the kids and I went to the military base library because they had 7 items on hold for me. Plus I found a new author to try.
After dinner, I took my son to Lego club at our city library and checked out even more books. I think if I counted only my library books right now, I have about 31 books to read.
This is why I’m nutty.
I feel like a kid in a candy store whenever I step foot in a library. I think, ‘Oh, I’d like to try that author’. ‘Or that book looks good’. ‘Oh, I’ve never heard of him/her, I’ll see if I like them’.
Several of my books are on homeschooling, as I’m learning about a new way of doing things. Some are fiction, and some are either about writing or marketing. I am always learning something!
And this doesn’t count the three books delivered by Amazon yesterday. 🙂
Today, I’m returning to one of those libraries (the bigger one) so the kids can get more books. Am I crazy or what?
How many library books do you have on hand right now? I’m curious to know if I’m the only nutty one about books!