Rather than answer the March 4 question posed by the group, I’ve chosen to write about this week’s national recognition on eReading.
It’s Read an eBook Week – March 1-7: What are you reading?
Already, we’re into the third month of a new year. A year where I was going to do more writing and be more organized with my reading.
I have three shelves of double-stacked to-be-read (TBR) books. These are the remainders from last year’s thinning from fives shelves, where I got rid of books I knew I’d never read simply because my tastes have changed over time.
My TBR pile, though, isn’t going down quickly enough to suit me. I think I read only three of them last year, and I have just as many books on my Kindle, which I haven’t touched lately.
And now today, I learned that this week, March 1-7, is Read an eBook Week. Did you know that?
Are you like me with a huge assortment of books on your eReader?
So, here I am again, revisiting my wanting to do better.
And I am. One book at a time.
Right now, I’m finishing Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen. An excellent novel about Mrs. Francis Osgood, a poet who fell in love with Edgar Allan Poe and he with her. Osgood, too, became friends with his wife, Virginia, his first cousin whom he married when she was 13 and he was 26. A petite woman who behind the beautiful skirts and seemingly gentile manners was a conniving, jealous creature who wished harm on others, especially Mrs. Osgood–or was she?
Mrs. Poe has been a book difficult to put down. I highly recommend it including the notes at the end of the book.
Now finished, I need to dig into my TBR pile again. What other goodies lurk there for my reading pleasure?
So, what are you reading? Did it come out of your TBR pile?
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