Anna K asks similar questions to Tolstoy's classic novel but gives very different answers.
This one was tricky for us! In the last few years our views on sticking with books have changed often. Sometimes we’ve felt like it’s always best to stick it out and see if a book gets better by the end. Other times we’ve felt the opposite.
We’ve tried to throw bookish parties a few times, but the plans always fell through. Fortunately, this week’s topic is things we’d have at our bookish party, so we can revisit our literary party plans.
With our state essentially being in shut down-mode, we managed to get a lot of reading done. Let’s hope the same will hold true for May!
This one was a fun topic to ruminate on. It brought back some fond memories along with a few (minor) regrets.
This one was a lot of fun, especially because we had to think about the titles of books, not just our opinions of them.
Tiles! A huge expanse of tiling. Beautiful tiling. Ancient tiling. He sneaked out a furtive hand and he touched the tiles. He caressed the tiles… Aaah! Then he found himself… No! Stop that! — pulling the tiles loose, one by one — ~ Nicola Barker, Darkmans
I think it’s safe to say that everyone’s March was a bit hectic. Ours was filled with trips, wedding planning, and a decent amount of reading!