No Time to Spare is a collection of essays, originally blog posts, collecting some of the best of Ursula Le Guin’s online pieces towards the end of her life.
I can’t exactly recommend The Thursday Murder Club. Well, maybe I can. I enjoyed reading it, having been very much in the mood for something comforting and undemanding.
*** NOVEL: Bellewether AUTHOR: Susanna Kearsley YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2018 REVIEW: *** I’m not sure whether it was the elementary curriculum itself or whether I just wasn’t paying close attention. But in my memory at least, the American history I was taught growing up was sorely lacking and quite sporadic. We started with Columbus: 1492, … Continue reading On Our Bookshelves: Bellewether
I’d enjoyed Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand tremendously and was looking forward to seeing what else Helen Simonson had to say.
Much like the earlier Cheaper by the Dozen, Belles on Their Toes is written for a young audience, with funny anecdotes about their large family, and inspirational parts about how they rose to every occasion while dealing with grief and sudden financial hardship.