A good book can save us, trouble us, inform us, inspire us, entertain us, and if we’re really lucky, remake us. Here are the books I read in 2021 – fiction first, then nonfiction. Hope you’ll find some good reading choices here.Continue reading
Springtime means reading time! Actually, every season is the right time to read, so I thought I’d share a list of books I’ve read so far in 2021.
I have a prediction for 2021. Readers across the country, from book group members to policymakers, will be passionately discussing the same book: The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee.Continue reading
The last thing I did before Covid-19 closed down the world was go to the library. I picked up a stack of books, thinking this would hold me for a few weeks until things got back to normal.
Here are brief descriptions of the books I read in 2020. I hope you will find some good choices here.Continue reading
It’s almost 2020. We’re going to need strength, inspiration, and sustenance—in other words, books.
I hope you will find some good reads in this list of the books I read in 2019. Fiction is first, followed by nonfiction. Enjoy—and please recommend some titles I should read in 2020.