On YouTube today – Happy Book Year! What’s up for January?

Hi Everybody!

Today on YouTube I’m talking about a few books I’ll be reading soon and some great bookish presents I got! I hope you’ll pop over to see!

What are you going to read in January?

Thanks for visiting – come back soon!

14 thoughts on “On YouTube today – Happy Book Year! What’s up for January?

  1. Good suggestions — I’ve heard great things about Celeste Ng’s book. I’m finally reading A Man Called Ove, and loving it. This year I intend to keep track of my reading!

    1. I’ve heard a lot of great things about A Man Called Ove. I read a couple of his other books (My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry and Britt Marie Was Here). I didn’t care much for My Grandmother but I though Britt Marie was really great! And yes, you should definitely keep track and share your reading activity because we all want to know 🙂 Read on!

    1. Thank you, Robbie. I’m getting used to seeing and hearing myself. You have such a lovely accent, by the way. I’m cursed with the twangy North Jersey Girl accent!

  2. Just read Sea Prayer by Khaled Hosseini (short poetry book)–highly recommend. Starting The Bad -Ass Librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer. Both of these for local book club. New on my kindle The Big Kid and Basketball by Thomas Dahlborg, Sr. (newly published Maine writer). Happy reading, Barbara!

    1. Yes, I’ve heard a lot of good things about Sea Prayer. I’ve read all of Hosseini’s other books and enjoyed them very much. Thanks for sharing your current book titles. Since I work in a library, maybe I’d like The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu! Thanks for visiting, Bette!

  3. Looks like you’ve got a lot of great reading lined up, Barbara. As my parents are in the middle of downsizing, I just inherited my father’s complete collection of John Grishman books. Some I’ve read, but many will be new to me. There paper copies and hardbacks though, which I can’t read while on the treadmill, like my Kindle. Happy New Year! I was back at work today, which is okay. I do like my routine. 🙂

    1. That’s cool that you can read your Kindle while you’re on the treadmill! I guess you’ll have to save the print books for the breakfast table! Happy New Year to you, too, Jill. We are almost out of the holiday routine. Work and school for some today and I go back tomorrow. I worked all last weekend, though, so I was glad to have a couple days off during the new year celebrations. I’m also a routine person so I’m much happier when I’m on a schedule!

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