I failed to post my book count at the end of May because IRL has been busy. Four of the children celebrated their birthdays. One of the children now has a driver’s license. There have been checkups and extra Doctor visits for sprained wrists and tick bites. Summer camp supplies were gathered, packed, used, scrubbed and set aside for the next week of a child away at camp. A tree fell and the plumbing malfunctioned. Receptions were attended. I marched in my very first parade. Rallies and protests are happening with increasing frequency. Life is busy.
The one year of reading is now half over and I have read 71 of my 100 book goal. I need more book suggestions. No zombies though. I like witches and vampires and fae and regular humans. I am not a fan of zombies.
I get unreasonably excited when books I like are adapted for other media. Like, this:
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Varina, Charles Frazier
A Man Called Ove, Fredrik Backman March
Any Virgil Flowers novel by John Sanford