This post by Susan Toy is right up my alley! I’m definitely committed to reading more this year.
Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing
HUGETHANKS to Allan Hudson for hosting me once again on his blog, South Branch Scribbler!
Following is much of that original post. Please visit Allan’s link to read in its entirety.
I am a reader and I read a lot of books! No matter how many I read however I never seem to catch up with my ginormous to-be-read stack/list of books. Even though I try to follow Dr. Seuss’s advice:
I never manage to come even close to catching up.
But then that’s part of the fun in reading, isn’t it? The search for new books to read, test-driving new authors’ writing, the joy in “discovering” a new-to-you book or even a genre that you’ve never read before. I’ve spent my entire life reading and working with books and authors and am an author now myself, yet I never tire of reading, thinking about, discussing, recommending and…
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Thanks for reblogging, Tricia! And welcome to the club!
By the way … What are you reading?
Oh, boy. I’m embarrassed to admit that, despite my over growing to-be-read list, I have chosen to re-read Dracula. Before that, I re-read The Secret Garden, which was one of my favorite childhood books. I promise I’ll tackled my reading list soon, but I won’t promise to stop adding to it!
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Good for you!! As I say on my reading list blog post, it’s a good idea to go back and reread the books we read as children. Very satisfying to revisit those books we enjoyed years ago.