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May 2019
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My Kindle Rocks!

Having my Kindle has enabled me to go back to reading the way I used to read before I developed my cataract. Even though I had it removed, I still wasn't able to read as much as before. Now, however, I'm back to something approaching normal. I've been reading the following since last November:

Killing Lincoln - Bill O'Reilly
The Forensics of Criminal Minds
Elizabeth's Women (history)
A Game of Thrones - George R. R. Martin
Zandru's Forge - Deborah Ross with Marion Zimmer Bradley
A Brother's Price - Wen Spencer
The Splendor Falls - Rosemary Clement Moore
Texas Gothic - Rosemary Clement-Moore
Wicca for the Solitary Practitioner - Scott Cunningham
Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl and Why You Should Too The Motley Fool and a co-author.

I'm rereading The Cloud of Unknowing and also read a book about the Jack the Ripper murders, but I can't remember the title or author.

Zandru's Forge is a book I wanted to read when I had the cataract but didn't buy because it would have taken so much effort. Being able to read it now is a good feeling. :)


"The Forensics of Criminal Minds"
you wouldn't mind sharing this would you *gives puppy eyes*

I love my Nook, though I haven't touched it in a while because I've been reading all these other books for my reader's advisory class.

A Brother's Price was excellent!