(Let’s Read) #shelfie #books #writing #weekend


I believe that reading and writing are the most nourishing forms of meditation anyone has so far found. By reading the writings of the most interesting minds in history, we meditate with our own minds and theirs as well. This to me is a miracle.”

– Kurt Vonnegut

Happy Saturday all! Another week of work from home, another week of tumultuous Spring weather, another week of reading/cozily confining/schoolwork/and writing. Cheers to the weekend.


© Eric Keegan

If you’re in need of some new reads, check out my collection on Amazon. Thanks as always for the support, fellow writers, readers, and dreamers!

6 thoughts on “(Let’s Read) #shelfie #books #writing #weekend

  1. Hi Eric

    Interesting book pile. Hanff is really good-sassy New Yorker stuff. I found it illuminating that the British upper class really went to town on her in 1971 when she went to London for the book launch of 84 Charing. etc. All to do with connections. I see you have Q Legacy too- so you are really getting into her.

    Kurt V is excellent, Burgess too – I recommend Marin Amis (Money) and Malcolm Bradbury (The History Man) – and you may have read The Secret History (Donna Tartt) already. I will have to try out E Leonard. I’m reading R Chandler at the moment.

    The weather forecast here in Bromsgrove, Worcs. is for warm, sunny weather all next week- hurrah!! And every day’s a holiday when you’re retired.

    Cheers
    Steve
    PS Worcs is the short written form for Worcestershire (pronounced Wustersheer). Salop (shortened from an early Latin name for the area, I believe) = Shropshire; Warks = Warwickshire (pronounced Woricksheer) etc. You prob know that already.
    And you mentioned NJ national parks yesterday – so many – and great names too eg Cheesequake (my favourite).

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