“Some Books Are So Familiar That Reading Them Is Like Being Home Again”

As part of my personal  2018 1/12 Challenge, I am aiming to read 24 books this year, which I know doesn’t sound like much, but its a lot compared to the 0 books I’ve been reading since I had Wee One. I’m doing the reading challenge on Goodreads (Are you, too? Check out my list and let me know what books are good!) and thank God they permit rereading books, because otherwise, I don’t know if I would have finished. The whole Harry Potter series has brought me a long way to my goal.

Just this weekend, there was another book I read, one I haven’t thought of in 25 years.

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My Library Card

Cohiba and I moved to OH at the end of September, moved in with his folks. (I love my in-laws; I know I am lucky.) Never having purchased a house before, we thought we would find something by now, and alas, we have not. Which means all of our belongings are still packed in storage, beyond what we packed three months ago.

Since we have grandma here, we have more help for the Wee One and I have a little more time to focus on reading and writing. I finished the books I brought with me to read and have been LONGING to read something else! I finally went to the library without Wee One on Friday and got a library card and several books, including the newer “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”

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Weekend coffee share #33

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If we were having coffee, I would tell you that I have begun reading On Writing by Stephen King. I haven’t read anything from him in years, but when I was in junior high, I read King voraciously. Carrie, FirestarterChristineIT, I skirted around Cujo (but I’m already scared of dogs so I didn’t work on it too hard), and the four novellas from The Four Seasons.

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