Seven Books for Spooky Season
Autumn is upon us, which means I am devouring mystery novels. Here are a few of my favorite spooky season reads: Continue readingagatha christie, Book, book recommendations, bookish, books, donna tart, dorothy sayers, gaudy night, Good Reads, halloween, haunted, haunting of hill house, horror, novel, ray bradbury, Read, Reading, reads, sci-fi, secret history, short story, spook, spooky books, spooky reading, spooky season, stephen king, supernatural, thriller
To the Former Owner of Andersonville
Dear Jack, I recently obtained what was previously your copy of Andersonville. I just wanted to express how thankful I am that you (or your heir, perhaps) gave this book to The Book Cellar, where I added it to my stack of purchases. I have wanted to read Andersonville since high school when I first… Continue reading
Maybe it’s Because of Winn Dixie
I’m reading Gone with the Wind again for what is somewhere between the fourth or seventh time. It seems that anytime I am between books, unsure what to read next, or feeling unsettled, I turn (second to my Bible) to that enormous novel for no better reason than that it is a darn good story. But my… Continue reading
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