(First, if you haven’t voted for July’s book, take a moment to do so now!)
Okay, guys. I have a confession to make. I’m struggling with Moments of Being.
It’s not that I find the reading hard. I’m actually kind of shocked by how easily I find myself slipping into Woolf’s writing. She . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Discussion: “Moments of Being” by Virginia Woolf
First, a reminder: we’re reading Moments of Being by Virginia Woolf this month! I’ll be posting about it on May 18 and June 1. Woolf takes me longer to read, so I’m glad to have that extra week. Will you be joining me?
Also, the poll for July is up in the sidebar. Vote . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies: June Pick
One week left to vote for June’s book! Be sure to pick your favorite from the poll in the sidebar.
Warning: spoilers ahead!
I just finished listening to The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton, our April book, yesterday. I have mixed feelings. I think Wharton is a wonderful writer. She excels at . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Wrap-Up: “The House of Mirth” by Edith Wharton
Happy Sunday, everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve participated in Sunday Salon. In fact, if you stop by fairly regularly you might have noticed my posting here on Erin Reads has slowed down quite a bit. If you’re a fellow book blogger, you might also have noticed I’ve not been making the . . . → Read More: Sunday Salon: Where I’ve Been, What I’ve Been Doing, and Why
Welcome, Reading Buddies! Just a reminder: the June poll is up. Make sure you vote for your pick! Also, as announced last week, in May we’ll be reading Moments of Being by Virginia Woolf.
The House of Mirth is the third novel by Edith Wharton that I’ve read, and I think so far . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Discussion: “The House of Mirth” by Edith Wharton
Okay, Reading Buddies. That was our closest poll to date! We ended up with two books tied for first and the third just a vote behind. I flipped a coin. But before I announce the winner, I’d just like to remind you that our April book, to be discussed on April 13 and 27, . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies: May Pick
Howdy Reading Buddies! How did you like A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith? I must admit, I’ve only been reading it at bedtime and am still 50 pages from the end. Hopefully I’ll be able to finish tonight. Feel free to discuss the end, though, if you’d like!
Overall, I’ve enjoyed . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Wrap-Up: “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith
Welcome, Reading Buddies! Before we get into A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, please take a moment to vote for your May pick over in the sidebar. The numbers are neck and neck (and neck), so if you haven’t voted, definitely chime in!
It’s been slow going for me this month, . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Discussion: “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith
The votes are in, and the Reading Buddies book for April will be…The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton! You guys have seriously been on a classics kick lately, and I’m loving it. It’s been years since I read my most recent Wharton novel (Age of Innocence) and I’ve been meaning to read another. . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies: April Pick
Welcome, Reading Buddies! First, a reminder: be sure to vote for April’s book in the poll in the sidebar!
Well! How did you like The Razor’s Edge? When I posted two weeks ago, I’d hardly read enough of the novel to have much of an opinion. I just finished the book yesterday and . . . → Read More: Reading Buddies Wrap-Up: “The Razor’s Edge” by W. Somerset Maugham