No really, I do. And I will update about them tomorrow, once I’ve offloaded photos and videos and put away the dishes and laundry from the weekend.
23. Embers by Laura Bickle was one that I liked pretty well. It was interesting to hear about the character’s past and the way her magic works. I would read more of this series.
24. Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson was given to me by my friend EH for World Book Night. She loves this book, as do I, now. It’s fiction; one of those slow, lyrical, wandering books where it feels like nothing happens, but a lot of things do. Kind of the story of how one family falls apart, all from the point of view of the latest girl to fall apart. I really loved it.
25. Messie No More by Sandra Felton is slowly changing the way I do things at home, which is amazing. I am learning the how’s and why’s behind my housekeeping style and it’s been fascinating. She explains several different ways/personalities/mental blocks that people get stuck in. It has questions for you to answer at the end of each chapter. I highly, highly suggest this book to anyone stuck in a rut.
26. Dark Mondays by Kage Baker is another of her short story books. I keep expecting them to be from one of her book series, but mostly they’re not. Until they are. Yeah. I’ve tried to slow myself down with these because there’s not a whole lot of Kage Baker left for me. 😦
27. The Survivors Club by Ben Sherwood is non-fiction and tells stories about how people survived amazing catastrophes, accidents, and injuries and then how to apply that to events that might happen to you. I haven’t finished it yet, but it’s been eye-opening.