Welcome to another week! My deadline for The Colonel's Lady is now days away. And the sun is shining and the deck is calling... I think I much prefer winter deadlines:) Only I've not had one yet. I've been thinking of my readers ~ you readers ~ and wondering what you're reading right now. So many good books out there no matter the season ~ spring, summer, fall, winter...
I love these vintage bookmarks and books. When I want to give a gift I usually end up giving a book and try to find a classy bookmark. If I could gift you all with one book it would be L.M. Montgomery's The Blue Castle. But Morrow will have to do:)
I'm making a resolution to read more pleasure books in future as I'm logging more time doing research than anything else. Just finished Siri Mitchell's She Walks in Beauty, which I'd love to give away to you the first week of August. Am now on page 204 of The Sackett's by Louis L'Amour. I also have bookmarks lodged in The Practice of God's Presence by Andrew Murray and 1776 by David McCullough. The last 2 are amazing reads!! Thanks to two reading friends, they are a part of my permanent library. And I just broke my Amazon ban and ordered The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom and Lady in the Mist by Laurie Alice Eakes. So there you have it!
Do you find it hard to read in summer with so many distractions? Find it easier to curl up by the fire with a good book in winter? So...what page are you on? Care to share any great summer reads?
A good book has no ending. ~R.D. Cumming