Summer Reading


“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are,” said Mason Cooley. Though things are slowly reopening, this quote still hits home.

What books have you been reading lately? What are you hoping to read? Share in the comments below! 

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Just started reading "Jayber Crow" by Wendell Berry and to satisfy my need for virtual intrigue, just finished reading David Baldacci's, "A Minute to Midnight."

I recently read Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks. It is a well- researched historical fiction about a village in England during the 1666 plague. Although it was an entirely different disease than COVID-19, it was interesting to learn how they were similarly quarantined, and what was known and not known about the spread of disease hundreds of years ago. 
Just  yesterday I finished reading The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek, by Kim Michelle Richardson, another well-researched historical fiction. It is about the challenges faced by a Kentucky "Blue" who is one of the dedicated women who delivered reading materials to the desperately poor Appalachian families as part of Roosevelt's WPA. 
I thoroughly enjoyed both books. 

"About Us Dummies Finding God in Science" by Eugene M. VanKanegan is a an easy fun read on an important subject. And it is reasonable at $3 for eBook.