’Twas a good month for reading :)
The Song of the Bird, Anthony de Mello
(absolutely read. buy and give people copies.
this book for me, goes beyond a quake book.
it has shaped my life, and thoughts, since boyhood, subconsciously then and with intent now.)
The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Poirot #1), Agatha Christie
(re-reading my way through the Poirot canon.
these books take me to the age I think I belong to, the late 1800s, early 1900s absolutely delightful)
Epigrams on Men, Women and Love, Honoré de Balzac
(beautiful set of quotes)
Mother American Night, John Perry Barlow
(a man who lived life. founder of the EFF and the FSF.
and more importantly (to me), lyricist for the Grateful Dead)
Word by Word, Anne Lamott
(must listen (it’s an old audiobook.)
excellent companion to Bird by Bird.
imagine Anne teaching you how to write using BbB as a text book.
the book’s awesome.)
Indian Love Poems, Peter Pauper Press
(absolutely loved it)
Love Poems and Love Letters for All the Year, Peter Pauper Press
Flower Thoughts, Peter Pauper Press
Thoughts for a Good Life, Peter Pauper Press
Epigrams by Oscar Wilde, Peter Pauper Press
Murder on the Links (Poirot #2), Agatha Christie
(need i say, you ought to read it :))
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