Hey! The openings of books need to catch your attention if you’re going to invest your time to go further, right? Check out these first words of Fredrik Backman’s My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry. Join me reading, maybe?
Hi. It’s your dad. You’ll be waking up soon, it’s Christmas Eve morning in Helsingborg, and I’ve killed a person. That’s not how fairy tales usually begin, I know. But I took a life. Does it make a difference if you know who it was? A letter that will never be read, because the writer… … Continue reading The Deal of a Lifetime
Britt-Marie’s carefully held-together life fell apart, so she took her balcony plants and left. What comes next for the fussy, suppressed “nag bag”? Read Britt-Marie Was Here to find out. You’ll be glad you did.
I woke up just after 5:00 yesterday. Would have liked a little more sleep, but I love how much easier it is to wake up when it’s already daylight. Had to work at 9:00. Subbing at another library, enjoying it. Picked up a book. Okay, people, your really need to read this one. I finished … Continue reading And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer