Literary Pursuits

Currently Reading

You know what’s easier than writing? Reading, of course.

So I’ve started this Write 31 Days challenge for the month of October, and what do I do on Day 2 but give you a list of my recent reading log? I know, you were probably hoping for a story. And I have some for you, coming up. I’m still working on them.

I have also been continuing to work on getting my blog posts categorized. Since I’ve actually been blogging for 13.5 years (I know, right?) I thought I might share some re-runs with you on weekends this month. I’ve been sorting through the 1,350+ posts that I supposedly have trying to find some “evergreen” ones that would be worth re-posting. I hate to admit it, but there’s a whole lotta twaddle in that mess. And so, I’m trying to clean it out some, too. In the meantime, I’ve added sub-categories to my main topic tabs across the top, so if you are interested in a particular topic you can easily read more posts on the subject. It’s an ongoing project.

Today’s self-assigned topic is to share with you my current reading list. I start a lot of books and lose interest half-way through. The books on this list are ones that I found interesting enough to finish.

Currently Reading:

Currently Listening To:

Recently Read:

Audio Books Recently Listened To:

To Be Read Soon:

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Linking up with Literacy Musing.


  • megdgonzalez

    Everything by Nancy Rue is fabulous! She’s a dynamite writer and such a nice person 🙂 How do you like Go Set a Watchman? I loved To Kill a Mockingbird, and I’m not sure I want to spoil it.

  • KarlaCook

    I’ll have to look for more of Nancy Rue’s books. I had read some of her YA books awhile back for review purposes, but I think this is the first “adult” novel of hers I have read. I thought it was very well done.

    I’m not far enough into Go Set a Watchman to give an opinion yet. So far I’m enjoying it. I particularly enjoy the flashbacks to Jean Louise/Scout’s childhood because they help tie in To Kill a Mockingbird. I’m not sure what the actual plot of this story is yet, but so far I’m not sorry I’m “reading” it. (Actually, I’m listening to it. The “narrator” is Reese Witherspoon who is doing a very good job.)

  • Christine Carter

    Wait. 13.5 YEARS? That is incredible! You were like a blogger before there were legit bloggers! LOL

    What do you think of Go Set a Watchman? So curious about that one.

    You surely have quite a few posts to sort through… I will look forward to reading your evergreen ones!

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