What are you reading?


I currenty re-read My Sister in this House, a play by Wendy Kesselman, which was really disturbing. It is based on a real horrible incident, infamous Papin sisters. Check out the play & documents (there are few in French with subtitles) play is really good!


I hope this gives you a laugh today!



just thought 'd give y’all a laugh today

enealogical Crime Mystery Book Club

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Whether “Winter’s Dead” is, strictly speaking, a genealogical exercise will up be up to the reader, I suspect, but when Detective Fletcher Strand realizes that a murder committed in 1924 has much to do with the spate of killings on his turf in 1990, a deep dive in to the family histories of more than one person, including his own wife, his world turns upside down.

A prime suspect is Eddie Snyder who’s escaped from a state institution, and he’s out for revenge. Is he the one who’s murdered two an old couple and two young boys? Why is he doing it?

now next!!

I am wanting to find this one and not buy it, I may have to go to the library for this one

the missing father
I have the Jayne Seymour on my Kendle, so I have been reading these editions


I am reading; When Everything Falls Apart By Pema Chödrön, It is a spritual self help book, Looking for a fictional book to read.


I just finished one, looking for another. the genealogy mysteries, I have found a few, and getting into those


Reading Arsene Lupin on a recommendation by a close friend who is also an avid reader! On third chapter right now~Loving it so far.


Honestly, if I had time to read, I would re-read 1984 from George Orwell and The Handmaids Tale from Margret Atwood. They were both gloomy and kind of depressing to read still … I think I read both books in the mid 80s. Somehow, I want to know how I think about them 40 years later. If we got closer to what seemed like, people would be too alert to let things like that happen.

Atwood’s book was made into a movie by Volker Schlöndorff and Orwell’s by Michael Radford.

For some impressions there is a song of the soundtrack called 1984 by Eurythmics

The soundtrack of the Schlöndorff movie was done by Ryūichi Sakamoto.

I won’t sugar coat it, these are neither easy to read nor to watch, but I wouldn’t say that avoiding them should be the consequence. Sometimes I think it is necessary to leave the comfort zone and for once not for zombies, but zombies in human form. Gives you a lot of stuff to think about.


take the time to read is what I am saying

, ha practice what I preach!! heheheheh

Lutra you can find 30 minutes a day to read 1 chapter of any book


If I find 30 minutes left over the day, I will put my feet up relax with some music and give my eyes some rest.


Aww I hope your days get less hectic and you’re able to have a nice comforting rest




I am reading Pachinko and “La coscienza di Zeno” (Zeno’s conscience)!


maybe I am wrong in my thinking, but here goes, now we have a Kindle, you can get free books, and doesn’t waste space, BUT to touch, feel those said books, dog-ear the books, smell the books, it to me just isn’t the same. I miss the physical books!!


I am with you 100%. I CAN read a book on my Kindle, but I much prefer to hold the book in my hand. I don’t know about everyone else, but I often flip back to previous parts of a book to remind myself of things or whatever (like looking at maps in books that contain such), and it’s so much harder on a Kindle.

BTW, I picked up a book to read for the first time in a while. It’s called “By the Book” by Julia Sonneborn. It’s a light, easy read so far.

UPDATE: Finished that book and also finished another: “Verity” by Colleen Hoover. That was a doozie, in a good way. Finished it in a day because I couldn’t put it down.

That’s two books in one week. I think it has been years since I have accomplished that.


I’m reading

Three Words For Goodbye - hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb


The Maid

And Kappy King and the Pig Kaper

I like REAL books
although I do also use my Kindle
I would RATHER smell a BOOK and hold a Book @my_happy_place


Reading this for this week. Maybe you should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb.


I plan to start reading the missing father, one of those Jayne Seymore books, .99 on amazon , guess its a kendle. I will have to look & see




a book on some new crochet stitches