Before I really get into this post I want to apologize for it's unpolished look. I am writing this post on my iPhone because I am visiting my Mother in Florida and she still has dialup which for the most part makes me want to shoot myself so I avoid using her computer as much as I can to that end I am left with a scruffy looking blog post or two. All that being said, let's get on with it.
I really do love this blog carnival put together by www.5minutesforbooks.com I enjoy the opportunity to share everything I am currently reading and the things I have finished over the last month.
Finished this month:
Always Looking Up by Michael J. Fox -
I enjoyed this one as much if not more than his first book.
My Story: A Photographic Essay of Life with Multiple Sclerosis by Amelia Davis -
Bottom line on this one is if you have MS or are close to someone who does, read it, if not, don't.
Dairy Queen by Carherine Murdock -
A great young adult novel nothing at all to do with the ice cream shop.
Alternadad by Neal Pollack -
I really liked this the writing is funny and honest. I am trying to get my husband to read it but so far no luck.
Everything Twitter by Monica Jones and Steve Soho -
Good info on how to amass followers but seems easily dated in regular book format.
Sorry I took these pictures with my iPhone. These are the two books I brought with me to Florida.
The Adventures of Snip in Oregon by Betty S. Moir -
So far this seems like a very well intentioed book but it much like this blog post it needs more polishing.
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley -
This one is a page turner, I simply couldn't leave it in NOLA to finish later.
A Year in the Merde by Stephen Clark -
I am liking this one but it is more of a comedy set in Paris than an actually travelogue, so far.
Touch and Go by Studs Terkel -
This is the first book I have read by Terkel which I guess is strange since this is his memoir but I am glad I finally picked something up by him. News flash! This guy can write.
I can't even begin to tell you what I plan to read in the coming month. When I get back home on Monday I will peruse the bookshelf and see what looks good.