November 5, 2012

A Sunday afternoon in Fall

A Sunday afternoon in Fall

We're on Fall break right now.
The weather's not really with us this time: rain, wind, cold, more rain.
Enough reasons to stay inside and make a craft or two, or to read a good book maybe.

Any good book recommendations?

5 comments:

Frances said...

Hello Pascale...our New York City hasn't been kind to us either, with Hurricane Sandy paying a painful visit a week ago.

We are still trying to bring back our normal routines, while keeping our spirits aloft.

I recently read Virginia Woolf's The Waves and thoroughly enjoyed its very dense prose. I am glad that I had not read the book when younger, because now I appreciate its telling of several individual lives more sensitively.

xo

Audra @ Renewed Projects said...

The Memory Keeper's Daughter or The Poisonwood Bible are great reads.

Stitching At Stone Cottage said...

'The Light between Oceans'by M.L Steadman.
set on an island off the southern coast of Western Australia.
a good read!

trapos a voar said...

I am reading "The Brooklyn Folies" by Paul Auster. Very easy reading, amusing and sweet.
And I just love your work!!!

Teresa said...

Gilead, by Marilynne Robinson. Slow and thoughtful, perfect for the season. I read it almost in one go, I loved it so much.

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