Saturday, April 18, 2015

Books Read In The Past Week

Books read for the first time are marked with  a #

Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read.

Sunday book(s)

"In A Great Tradition
Tribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,
Abbess of Stanbrook"
by The Benedictines of Stanbrook
( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": 

"All of the characters
in this book are imaginary, but many of the episodes
are based on fact; some are taken from the life and
sayings of Dame Laurentia McLachlan and Sister Mary
Ann McArdle of Stanbrook Abbey.")

I recognize some of the incidents.

Weekday Books

"Bird by Bird:
some instructions on writing and life" #
by Anne Lamott
( loan)
good, but I could do without the
occasional bad language
{carried over from last week}

"Bequest of Wings:
A Family's Pleasures with Books"
{carried over from last week}
"Longer Flight:
A Family Grows Up With Books"
{carrying over into next week}
by Annis Duff

"Journey Cake, Ho!" #
by Ruth Sawyer
illustrated by Robert McCloskey
[picture book]
( loan)
Ruth Sawyer and Robert McCloskey
were mother-in-law and son-in-law.

"The Story Girl"
by L. M. Montgomery
(free Kindle book)
{carrying over into next week}

"Well Done, The Naughtiest Girl"
"The Naughtiest Girl Wants to Win"
"The Naughtiest Girl Marches On"
by Anne Digby
[children's fiction]

"Portrait's of Little Women:
Meg's Story"
by Susan Beth Pfeffer
inspired by Louisa May
Alcott's "Little Women"
[children's fiction, prequel
to the original work]

"Julia's Magic"
"That Julia Redfern"
by Eleanor Cameron
[children's fiction]

A Book for Weekdays AND Sundays
"The Imitation of Christ"
by Thomas A Kempis
[Kindle book]

This Week's Fan Fiction

 Flowers for Cecily
a double drabble set after
L. M. Montgomery's "The
Golden Road"

The Last Letter
a three-part AU M*A*S*H
fic, now concluded.

Dante's Troubles
Another World fic.
New chapter added.

The Poem
an AU Waltons prequel.
Chapters 2-4 added.

All My Kittens: A Humorous Drabble
An All My Children parody.... or
should I say PURRODY!

The Dedication
inspired by a beloved
work by Charles Dickens.