Most books I read I don’t review. I don’t know many people who do. I never used to even keep track of all the books I’d read. Then I went on an interview once and one of the questions was, “What books have you read this year?” I couldn’t think of any off the top of my head even though I had read tons. Then I started asking people with whom I associated and admired what books they read. Sometimes it started a great conversation. Sometimes, they admitted that they didn’t like to read. If you are a blogger, then you MUST like to read a little. So this page is for you.
Searching my site only revealed 19 posts on reviews. some entries summarized more than one book. As I went along, often I wrote only a sentence or two on Amazon about the book.
- Widow of the South by Robert Hicks
- David Copperfield by Charles Dickens
- The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
- Are You There Blog? It’s Me, Writer. by Kristen Lamb
- The Everything Theory by Dianne Gray
- Book Review: A Black Cowboy’s Ride Across America by Lisa Winkler
- Elephant Whisperer by Lawrence Anthony
- Book Reviews: Susan Hunter Mysteries by Maddie Cochere
- Book Review: Soul’s Child by Dianne Gray
- Book Review: The Eleventh Question by Dianne Gray
- Book Review: The Secret Child by Marti Healy
Jillian Hoffman suggested revealing our shelves to other bloggers. I haven’t taken pictures of my shelves filled up before, and it is difficult to do because my room is small. Here are a few of my shelves. I do love them. I have them organized loosely into groups like local history, Civil War, how to teach, dictionaries, general history, and quilting and other stuff.
We have two other book cases in other rooms, one of which belonged to my great-grandmother.