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Review: The first of two books with the same title: Wintering. Stephen Rutt’s Wintering: A Season With Geese

My Interest I started this year determined to read “seasonally”–winter books in winter, etc. I had encountered both of these books, and both resonated with me when I read about them. I tried the sample on Amazon for each–something I rarely do. I actually purchased both because I did not want to rush through either… Continue reading Review: The first of two books with the same title: Wintering. Stephen Rutt’s Wintering: A Season With Geese

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Wintering Book # 2: Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times by Katherine May

This week I’m reviewing two books with the same main title: Wintering. Monday, I reviewed Wintering: A Season With Geese by Stephen Rutt. My Interest There is so much interest in this book in our COVID-stymied world that I pulled up the Amazon sample and read it. I thought it was essays–that’s why I bought… Continue reading Wintering Book # 2: Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times by Katherine May

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Springathon 2021: May 1–14, 2021

Thanks to A Curious Reader [her blog] or her Youtube channel for hosting along with: Emma @A Cup Of Books​ Juliana https://theblankgarden.com/​ Doris @all D books​ Heidi @My Reading Life I will be honest and say I don’t know if I’ll get an entire book read on such short notice (I just found this readathon… Continue reading Springathon 2021: May 1–14, 2021

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Mount TBR Challenge and Personal Reading Goals: January Accomplishments

Mount TBR is a creation of blogger Bev at My Reader’s Block  Click the link for the full rules. #MountTBR2021 You can read about my reading goals, strategies and ideas for reading this year HERE. Books Read From MY TBR–Mount TBR Challenge Chanel’s Rivera by Anne DeCourcy American Housewife by Hellen Ellis Tortilla Flat by… Continue reading Mount TBR Challenge and Personal Reading Goals: January Accomplishments

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Nonfiction November: Newest Nonfiction Additions to My TBR

  Nonfiction can tell a story as rich and satisifying as the best novel. During Nonfiction November, we all fall in love with a few of our titles. Here are some that I’ve recently added to my TBR and hope to read in December or in 2021. Nature Nature’s Storyteller: The Life of Gene Stratton-Porter… Continue reading Nonfiction November: Newest Nonfiction Additions to My TBR