What are we reading? What are you reading?

Shoshana Flax: "A memoir of how many times I have walked the same ten feet."












Martha Parravano: "Where maybe they stopped all the ferries in time and don't have the Rona."










Elissa Gershowitz: (top) "Depends on my mood." (bottom) "Because children." 













Cynthia Ritter: Spending time with Tomie.

Roger Sutton: Speaks for itself.







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Amy Robinson

Bloom by Kenneth Oppel (Middle Grade Adventure) and Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo (Adult Fantasy)

Posted : May 10, 2020 04:50

Ute Wilkinson

Memoirs! Not usually a non-fiction reader, but am currently on a roll. Chop Suey Nation, All Things Consoled, Precious Cargo, From the Ashes. Now on to "Wild". I'm Canadian, eh?

Posted : Apr 30, 2020 03:31

Deborah Apel

The Nest by Kenneth Oppel and Sing Unburied Sing by Jessmyn Ward

Posted : Apr 20, 2020 02:20

Jonathan Hunt

I'm reading ECHO MOUNTAIN in paper, TIGERS NOT DAUGHTERS on the computer, AGAIN AGAIN on the phone--and PRINCE CASPIAN is the bedtime story.

Posted : Apr 19, 2020 02:20


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