What I’m Reading…

What do you know, I actually finished The Mother Tongue, mostly because I was a wee bit obsessed & reading it every chance I got… highly recommend it, if you have any interest in that sort of thing.


Now I’ve moved on to Air Babylon - ‘twas quite a popular book when I used to work at Borders & sounded interesting enough – a sneaky behind the scenes look at airlines & airports – so when I found it at a garage sale for peanuts a few weeks ago picked it up.

Pros; I found it at a garage sale, it’s a no-brainer.

Cons; Not nearly as scandalous or interesting as I’d hoped.

Now I don’t know if I’ll be done with this one by next week – I don’t feel compelled to read it, even though it’s the sort of book one should be able to manage in a few days, plus a trip to the Library may see me with something I’d prefer – or then again, knowing my Library, it may not.

Read any good books lately? I am always up for new recommendations!


  1. I recently read "The Birth House" by Ami McKay -from the library here. First new fiction I'd read in a very long time.
    A good read, about an apprentice midwife in the early 20th century. If you're interested in birth rights / homebirth etc I'd say you'd enjoy it.

  2. Anything by David Sedaris will have you entertained for hours. I think his first is something like "When you find yourself engulfed in flames...". He writes about life, people, his upbringing & was born to do so. I am a new fan but am loving him!!


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