List of books I've finished or read in their entirety during my 8 days of isolation (Thursday, March 26, 2020 - Friday, April 3, 2020): The Tuscan Girl by Angela PetchBlack Bones, Red Earth by Lee RichieRightfully Ours by Carolyn AstfalkThe Hag Rider (ARC) by Thomas FenskeAustenland by Shannon HaleThe War I Finally Won by … Continue reading My Isolation Reading Log
Isn't that the eternal question? Who am I? What makes me ME? Is it my history? My ancestry? The sum of my actions? My thoughts? Fears? Aspirations? I think this is a fundamental human question, something people the world over ask themselves, regardless of their life circumstances. For me, it's less a question of who … Continue reading Who am I?
So I've been making an effort recently to read some of "the classics" - my husband seems bemused by this, but I feel like I've reached a point where I can appreciate literature in a way I just didn't when I was younger. I've always loved to read - but it was all about being … Continue reading Are “the classics” actually good? Wuthering Heights is!