I paged through some of my photography books. Boy, I should’ve read them many years ago as it may have saved me a lot of trial and error in the early days. Then again by doing things what I did learn along the way probably was remembered better than just reading it.
Even though I have so many books to get to on my own bookshelf, I went to the library to take a photo for the camera club’s theme of “pathways” because I feel books offer up pathways to the world; I ended up coming home with 3 books. Maybe after I’ve played catch up for a while after going so many years without making the time to read novels I’ll get to some newer titles- or at least throw some in now and then.
Don’t know what changed but looks like after 2 years Amazon is selling the hardback of The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat again! Well, it says available for order and sold and shipped by Amazon.
Not sure if this for good or a limited time, but I may have to change my website and get the note on Amazons page changed, that says it’s sold exclusively at B&N.
Hats off to B&N too for always keeping it available.
I just wanted to be home for all of March from grieving over the unexpected loss of our beloved Trinity and recovering from should surgery. I spent more time reading but as much as I wanted to really kick back and read, with my attention level after surgery I found it easier to binge watch Netflix. Now if Netflix would’ve just really sent me the DVD’s in the order they were in my list instead of skipping to a season we hadn’t gotten to yet that would’ve been even better. I wanted to try Audible but just never got around to figuring it out. I was content to zone out, watch TV with my hubby and love on Tyler.
For several years now, reading my Bible and just for fun novels has been a goal.
Up until this year though I’ve been reading mostly non-fiction books that applied to my work, and one CC Tillery novel each year as I designed the covers and they were released.
Since I think this is my first blog post on what I’m reading apart from cat books, let me start by saying what I like to read. If we don’t read the same kind of books my thoughts on what I like won’t apply to you. I tend to like thrillers, and authors like John Grisham, David Baldacci, and Greg Isles. I am not a re-reader. There are just too many books I want to read, to re-read a book. If a book takes the Lord’s name in vain I won’t finish it. Echos really bug me where they repeat the same phrase over and over. I don’t care for paranormal, sci-fi, books that tell me what to think or push an agenda, stories about rape, evil, or extreme violence, especially against children. For some reason, I’m okay with a storyline trying to find serial killers. Yeah I know, makes no sense.