Four books so far for 2019. All were great reads. After reading “The Handmaid’s Tale” I watched the Hulu series and was hooked. I’m anxiously awaiting the third season. “Meet the Frugalwoods” made me think differently about spending money. We already live a pretty frugal life out here in the woods but it inspired me to give up my sometimes weekly fast food. Added bonus, I feel better for it. “The Woman in the Window” was quite the psychological thriller. “The Garden Party” was a celebration of very different families joining when their children married.
Here’s the specs in case you are interested in any of the above books.
- “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood (Fiction) 350 pages
- “Meet the Frugalwoods” by Elizabeth Thames (Non-fiction) 225 pages
- “The Garden Party” by Grace Dane Mazur (Fiction) 212 pages
- “The Woman in the Window” (Fiction) 427 pages
Currently reading “Mississippi Blood” by Greg Iles. I’m only halfway through but it’s a page turner for sure.
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