Tag Archives: books I’m reading

FEED YOUR SOUL

I recently finished my latest read-through of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring. It had been a couple of years, and I was overdue a trip to Middle Earth. I am eager for the busyness of the … Continue reading

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I FEEL LIKE A KID AGAIN!

I have been homeschooling kids for a quarter of a century.  Last week, I graduated my seventh and last high school student. Now what? What will I do with the time I once devoted to lesson plans, science experiments, and homeschool … Continue reading

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WINDOWS

“Mom, I want to make a list of books to read over summer break. Any titles you want to suggest?” As a mom, a teacher, and a writer, my daughter’s summer-reading plan thrills me on so many levels. I want … Continue reading

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Stephen King’s “On Writing” – You Might Need an Extra Pair of Underpants

I have never been a big fan of New Year’s resolutions. Why make promises that I know I won’t keep? “I am going to exercise daily.” Yeah, except that I’ve documented 52 years of not exercising daily. Why do I … Continue reading

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ABOUT “THE VIEW FROM THE CHEAP SEATS” (and finding a new friend)

I signed up for my local library’s adult summer reading program, and I am trying to read at least one book a week. I like to mix things up a bit:  fiction, religion, young adult, memoir. This week, I am reading … Continue reading

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