Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Books and some photos.


Cross the Line by James Patterson. Some sort of novel.

Moonglow by Michael Chabon. Some sort of novel.

Sinner Man by Lawrence Block. Block's first ever crime novel. First published in 1960.

I'll Take You There by Wally Lamb. Some sort of novel.


Victoria the Queen by Julia Baird. Some sort of biography.

Thank You For Being Late: an optimist's guide to thriving in the age of accelerations by Thomas L. Friedman. Some sort of book.


We had our reception for the school art show.

Someone discovered the greatness of Bill Crider and ordered over more copies. I cannot rotate the image.

My dog took a nap.

The Library Annex (the house behind the library) is to be demolished in 2017. So we won't be fixing the rotted roof. I was going to replace the tarp and add a hunk of plywood but the wood is too rotted and the shingles too loose for me to step up there.

Our Sit'n'Sip program has been doing well. The event helps seniors learn how to use tablet computers.

My father came to read the Sunday Book Review.

No comments: