Reading Material Replenishment


Since retirement, I, Karen have had a lot more time for reading. I started with Ken Follett’s “World Without End”, the sequel to “Pillars of the Earth” which I have read multiple times. Then “Coal: A Human History” which discussed the geologic, economic, political, cultural, and environmental history of the fuel that enabled modern society. Then back to fiction for “Burned” by Mary Higgins Clark and “Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict” by Laurie Viera Rigler. Today I had to go to Mirror Lake Library (a place dear to my heart) to replenish my reading material. I now have “A Thousand Splendid Suns” and “The Not So Big House” to satisfy me for a few days.




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