I'm more than halfway through this one and, though it's deep, I'm enjoying it so far. It makes me think.1. The Story of a Pioneer ~ by Anna Howard Shaw, 1915, memoir, 8/10
I've already finished this one for my book club meeting on Tuesday. It wasn't particularly interesting to me, but I did finish it.3. Anna Karenina ~ by Leo Tolstoy, 1877, fiction (Russia)
Once again, I have totally bogged down trying to slog through this long, long novel. I abandoned it a few years ago and still hope to read all of it this time.
I'm reading Butterworth's Discover the Power Within You (1968) for a group discussion and wanted to know how his thinking about prayer had evolved between 1968 and 1993.4. Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe ~ by Bob Berman, 2009, biology
A new paradigm which switches perspective from physics to biology. Berman says life is not an accidental byproduct of the laws of physics.5. Booth Girls: A Love Story ~ by Joan Uda, 2013, fiction (Iowa), 10/10
Loved this one, which I read straight through. Click on the title to read about the book.I had trouble deciding what to call a section of this post about adding books to my new Kindle. It isn't exactly "bookstore bounty" or "library loot" or "Monday mail." Since these are the books I have now added to my Kindle library, why not simply "Kindle Library"? Duh.
Sunday Salon — at separate computers in different time zones — to talk about our lives and our reading.