Observations on writing, writers and the surrealism of reality.
Currently, I'm reading "Ask and it is Given" a book on spirituality by Esther and Jerry Hicks. I intend to use it for a specific purpose as part of a special discussion group that I conduct. On my crunched-up pillow, I keep a "Longarm" book by Tabor Evans (I just can't kill off the MCP in me). And the placemat.
"Chinese Cinderella" by Adeline Yen MahVery good story - a true story about her life born and raised in China, but the reading itself is slow and torturous. But it won a couple of very prestigous awards. I'm on page 25 and I'm still waiting for something exciting to happen.
KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL, found on my sister's bookshelf here in Phnom Penh. Great non-fiction, written by a professional chef. I've learned not to order fish on Monday , and have a new perspective on what's really being offered at those Sunday brunches. Richard Lewis By the way Ann, I'm sure you know you can turn on the verification code to avoid spammers. I don't mind typing in a few extra letters in order to post.
Has anyone read anything by Saul Bellows.I hear he's very good.
I have, a long time ago. I'm lousy on remembering names and whatnot. He's good like Toni Morrison is good, liz. As in, very good.I'm working on The Zahir by Paul coelho in my spare time. HA! I like it so far. Fifth Bunion liked it. I think I've joined a book reading club in town, not certain. They all said they'd read it. I like that latin/mediterranean kinda mystical stuff.
I'm reading, "Comes a Horseman" by Robert Liparulo. Suspense, thriller...blood, gore(faux Norseman using three huge wolf-dogs to subdue victims and chops off their heads...has a list of 50 people!) and guts!!!! P.S. This is Christian Fiction!
blind assassin.. i just love that book by margaret atwood :)..
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