Plainsong by Kent Haruf
I read this for my first book club meeting tomorrow! I can’t wait for the meeting, but I can’t really say I loved this book.
It’s a quick, light read though if you’re looking for someting.
Eighty Days by Matthew Goodman
Still in progress on this one. It’s about two women journalists to circumnavigate the globe during a time when women wrote for the fashion pages.
It’s exciting to read about pioneer women journalists. I really like this historical writing.
Non-fiction and full of interesting facts about the time period.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
I read this quick. It’s good. Twisty.
It kind of just… ends, at the end.
Do Life by Ben Davis
I may have listed this last month. My apologies if I did.
It doesn’t spark me like other books in this genre, but it’s a good story.
Wisconsin Garden Guide
Because you know, it’s that time.
I’m going to share photos from my garden sometime. Soon.
A History of the Wife
I know I’ve mentioned this one before… I ended up not finishing it.
It was just a little too… liberal and anti-traditional roles. Not that I’m anti-new roles, but I’m not against traditional roles. If that makes sense.
Little to no serious blog posts or readings.
But I did write something!
More on that next week when the contest is due.