As I'm writing this on Sunday night, it is dark and snowy outside! I'm not much of a winter lover but I do like the warm cozy feeling of being inside huddled under blankets with a hot drink and a delicious book. As much as I hate the winter, I'm trying to embrace having more inside time to read.
Here's what I've read over the past week:
- Strategy by Lawrence Freedman (finally! This is a big, honkin' book that has taken me a few months to get through in dribs and drabs at night before I go to sleep! It's a good read but about 700 pages!)
- Out of Office by Charlie Warzel and Anne Helen Petersen
- Elizabeth II by Chris Jackson
- A Train to Moscow by Elena Gorokhova (I was able to get my hands on an ARC - yay! This one doesn't come out until March.)
I'm currently making my way through "I Alone Can Fix It" by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day to my fellow U.S. readers! May his memory be a reminder to push for justice truly for all! I'm thinking about this quote:
"If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward."
Interesting mix of reads.ReplyDelete
I always like to keep it interesting :DDelete
i'm not much of a winter person either. i like tshirts shorts and flip flopsReplyDelete
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