- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling: Still reading this one with my kids.
- The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog by Bruce D. Perry: Still reading this one as a book study for work.
- The Complete Sherlock Holmes Volume 1 by Arthur Conan Doyle: Still dabbling here and there.
- The Brothers Grimm 101 Fairy Tales: Still dabbling here and there.
- The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood: Set this one aside for a bit until I can get a couple of these other ones off this currently reading list.
- Fostering Resilient Learners by Kristen Souers: Another book study for work, but I am almost through this one.
- 1984 by George Orwell: Moved this one back to my nightly reading.
- The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian: The current audio selection.
- Soulless by Gail Carriger: Had to find an ebook of this after sitting in too many doctors' offices without a book, got hooked, and had to request it again.
Okay, so my list has only decreased by one book since the last time I checked in, but that is still less and I have moved a couple of books out since.
Now, onto another topic ... reading about writing! Because I am always looking for my next read to add to my ever-growing list of books, I want to hear your recommendations on your favorite books about writing. I have a handful on my shelf and another handful that I have already read, but I want to add more to my shelf and list of resources. And, I could use a bit of inspiration and motivation these days. Writing is getting better again, but there is always room for improvement! Share your favorites with me.
I wish you the best for the rest of the week! Happy reading!
What are you currently reading these days? Do you have any reading about writing recommendations for me?