July proved diverse in reading interests. I reread Austen’s Emma, which prompted me to view the different flavors of cinematic Emma.
I then forged on and submitted a few of my TBR requests to the inter-library loan quadrant of our library since that train is allowed to roll down the track to provide literary supplements to the collection once again. I also wandered amongst the shelves*, selecting book titles that caught my fancy as a means of prolonging my visit to the library. It is one of the only places in town that requires masks (not suggests or recommends), creating a safe atmosphere that promotes a sense of peace.
*sadly, the library has recently closed until further notice, but the good news is that curbside service is still running along with inter-library loan.
Here are my highlights–click on the Goodreads link to read more thorough review information.
Have you read any of these titles? Any of the titles entice you?
Oooo…interesting reading month! That one at the end intrigues me! 🙂
It certainly is unique in concept!
Pam, just a heads-up re. the question posed to you by numerhood in the Comment section of my current blog post: Rudy is autistic and is quite obsessed with numbers. He’s also unclear about social boundaries, so he’ll often ask strangers questions that only mean something to him. But he doesn’t seem to take offense when people ignore him, so don’t feel obligated to respond.
Thanks for the heads up. I thought I was missing an inside joke and you know I like a good laugh (math is not my forte)😉
The cover of Way Station looks really interesting, I would pick that up on the cover alone, or at least have an extended investagation of, based on the picture.
The book is much better than the cover!
Now I even more intrigued to source a copy.