June 30, 2008

Trip Notes (III and final)

Coming home from vacation is nicer when you come home to this (click to embiggen):



Here's the breakdown:

Mooched:

  • Letters to Karen, by Charlie W. Shedd

  • Letters to Philip, by Charlie W. Shedd

  • Priceless Weddings for under $5000, by Kathleen Kennedy

Sent from Phenix & Phenix:

  • Runaway, by Steve Simpson

  • Castaway Kid, by R. B. Mitchell

  • Genuine Men, by Nancy Bruno

  • The Last Plague, by Glen E. Page

  • It Starts with You!, by Julia J. Austin

Sent from Bloomsbury Press:

  • The Power Makers, by Maury Klein

Bought from Thrift Store:

  • London, by Edward Rutherfurd

  • My Antonia, by Willa Cather

  • The Best American Mystery Stories 2000, ed. by Donald E. Westlake

From my Grandmother:

  • The Living Planet, by David Attenborough

  • Great Canadian Short Stories, ed. by Alec Lucas (not pictured)

That's fourteen lovely new books to (re/)read. Woohoo!

4 comments:

rb mitchell said...

Thank you for your consideration of reading Castaway Kid.

I am open to any thoughts or questions you may have.

When you have a moment, (ha ha), emotionally powerful emails from around the world are being shared on www.castawaykid.com

Thanks again.

In Hope.

rob

Eva said...

Yay for new books! lol

Nancy Bruno said...

I hope that you enjoy Genuine Men Journeys in Stories and Stills. We can all learn from the stories of men. Please be in touch with any questions that you may have about the men and their stories. Enjoy! Nancy Bruno

Ann Darnton said...

The only one of these I know is the Rutherford, which is great but you really do need a week's holiday ahead of you to tackle it.