• April Reading

    It’s hard to believe that it is May.  April went by in a whirl of taxes and garden prep. (http://crystalclarion.wordpress.com/ my Good Life blog)

    That Summer in Paris: memories of tangled friendships with Hemingway, Fitzgerald and some others by Morley Callaghan.  Makes you wonder where the new Paris is and who the new intelligentsia are.

    Laura Rider’s Masterpiece: a novel by Jane Hamilton.  It’s a novel about a woman writing a novel.  It’s funny with a bit of ‘be careful what you wish for’.

    A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson.  We need to grow into our femininity and value ourselves for being women.

    Cool Water: a Novel by Dianne Warren.  Have you noticed how novels now have a Novel written on the cover?  Interesting.  This is the day in a life of a small town on the Prairies in Canada.  All about the people.  I enjoyed it.

     About Face: a Commisario Guido Brunetti Mystery by Donna Leon.  A novel about Venice.  I’m hoping to be there in 2 weeks.

    Do the Work by Steven Pressfield. Published by Domino Project. This is a followup and workbook for the War of Art.  Published through the Domino Project http://www.thedominoproject.com/books

    The Black Cat: a Richard Jury Mystery by Martha Grimes.  I love mysteries and enjoy Martha Grimes’ novels.

    This month it’s mostly novels, I mentioned the taxes thing, right?  Plus I find I need to cleanse my brain palate, as it were, occasionally.

One Responseso far.

  1. Joshua says:

    Do the Work is an excellent read. Besides the push to just get out there and do something, I love the insight on having a single page to define a project.