Restless reading syndrome has captured my Kindle and iPhone while I await library books to hold in my hand. I am simultaneously in the middle of:
Benediction by Kent Haruf – Recommended by a fellow reader; just started but so far the characters have involved me in their lives and language.
A Thousand Pardons by Jonathan Dee – A heroine recovers from her husband’s erratic actions to carve a successful life in public relations. So far, easy and distracting, with the promise of an epiphany.
Tom and Jack: The Intertwined Lives of Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock by Henry Adams – conversational information on the relationship of the famous artists and their lives. So far, the facts are motivating me to find their art to match the personal events.
Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future by David Wolfe – The twelve best food supplements to live a super life, according to Wolfe. So far, the chocolate has my vote.
Love it – restless reading syndrome! I hate getting into one of those troughs! Sort of in one now – usually follows reading a book I loved. Nothing else seems appealing afterward. Am going to look into A Thousand Pardons – I like Jonathan Dee!
Yes, exactly. I’m hoping Benediction hooks me in.