March 2021 books read

  • Dragonsinger– Anne McCaffrey, 1977 – comfort re-read, still/always holds up.
  • The Silence of the Girls – Pat Barker, 2018 – quotes pulled, TBD
  • Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature’s Great Connectors – David George Haskell, 2017 – quotes pulled, tbd
  • Swann’s Way – Marcel Proust, 1908 (Lydia Davis translation, 2003) – re-read for the Amherst College slow read group. I read it for Great Books in 2018 and still haven’t posted those quotes; new ones now!
  • Kim – Rudyard Kipling, 1901 – a very old favorite re-read but this time for Great Books, so I marked quotes, but lost them in a Nook reset.
  • Esther Waters – George Moore, 1894 – quotes marked but lost
  • In the Days of Rain: a Daughter, a Father, a Cult – Rebecca Stott, 2017. A memoir of growing up in the Exclusive Brethren, a generation later than my own father; of interest to me for that reason, but not very compelling otherwise.
  • A Writer’s Time: Making the Time to Write – Kenneth Atchity, 1995 – quotes pulled, tbd
  • The Hidden Machinery: Essays on Writing – Margot Livesey, 2017.
  • The King, the Princess, and the Tinker – Ellen Kindt McKenzie, 1992. A children’s author recommended by a co-worker friend. This wasn’t the title she mentioned, just the first one that I could get, in a genre I normally like. It was fine, nothing special, but I will try the highly recommended one when I get a chance.
  • The Word Is Murder – Anthony Horowitz, 2017. Enjoyable and I’ll go on to the sequel, which is one my stepmother recommended.
  • Just Kids – Patti Smith, 2010. I’ve heard so many good things about this and I’d been meaning to read it forever. The hype is deserved!

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