I never did make it through the Berlin Diaries, so I read Night by Elie Weisel was March’s book club read and while a bit heavy, was really thought provoking and really well done. The book review said this, “Night is Elie Wiesel s masterpiece, a candid, horrific, and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps.”
Finished off A Night to Remember which is April’s book. I really know a lot about Titanic, but this book brought even more details to light. Now I just have to plan the Edwardian dinner that was to accompany the book. Time to pull out my cookbook: Last Dinner On The Titanic.
I bought an organizing book on my ipod (won’t do that again — too hard to read — I like paper) by Peter Walsh, formerly a Clean Sweep host: Lighten Up: Love What You Have, Have What You Need, Be Happier with Less. I should have gotten the audio if I were buying it on my ipod. As soon as I get some energy and I’m not hurting, I’m purging like crazy!
and two of my favorite authors are coming out with books this year…
Romance: Robin Owens and three more of her Heart books… Heart Search (2011), Hearts & Swords (2011?), and Heart Secret (2012)
and then I”m trying to find a Shakespeare festival to fit in with next month’s book, “As You Like It.”