Tags » Books I'm Reading

Quick Book Review: Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell

Time for a random book review! I’ve read several good books already in 2018, so I’ll start my reviews with the latest from Bernard Cornwell. Cornwell is well known for his Sharpe series as well as Uthred in the Saxon Stories. 346 more words

Book Review

Reading in 2018

Ever read that one book that was so good you keep looking for others like it?

Yep, that’s the position I am now in.

SO to make things a little easier, i have randomly selected a few books from my library (which is quiet extensive) and asked a girl friend to select the reading order.  116 more words



When You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

 Wrap your arms around uncertainty and accept it. Focus on the process instead.                          Anne Duke

 Once again, this blog is the result of an article I recently read, “The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions, by Stuart Firestein, who interviewed Annie Duke, a successful poker player, who was a graduate of Columbia and later studied cognitive linguistics in graduate school. 379 more words

Books I'm Reading

All Up In My E-Reader! #Books

Y’all already know what it is. Time for another peek into my digital library. Well really, it’s my sister’s digital library, ’cause I’m out here like a squirrel just tryna get a nut, feel me? 864 more words

Faith Simone

2018 Reads

It has been a very long time.  I have been out for a number of reasons,  but I am finally glad to be back.

My challenge for this year is 60 books, and I am going to TRY, TRY, to read books from genres I have never read before.  55 more words


All Up in My E-Reader! #Books

It’s been a while since I shared the books I’ve read here. I’m horrible about keeping my Goodreads page up to date, but I’m hoping to rectify that soon. 826 more words

Faith Simone

Wiley Cash: The Last Ballad

Looking to read more from local (North Carolina or anywhere in southeast) writers, I picked up the latest from Wiley Cash a few weeks ago. 188 more words

Book Review