and what are you reading?

currently, I’m rereading Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte)—-telling you right now that I won’t be

underlining titles–and Easy to Remember (William Zinsser)—a g-r-e-at book about old

composers, lyricists,  and How to Talk about Books You Haven’t Read (Pierre Bayard).

I have just about forgotten everything about Jane Eyre, so it’s like reading a

new book—

Easy to Remember is a wonderful book, especially if you love the graphics

of old sheet music, and have a whole list of old songs ready in your head.   A favorite line points out that who in the world

would have thought of  jumping an octave to start off a song, as was done

in Over the Rainbow . . .

and musing about which is more important–music or lyrics?

all for now—lots of company in the house—have to think about

dinner—shrimp, sausage and brown rice . . .yea!


You already know me---I'm in your book club. I've been in your book club in Wisconsin, in New York, in Missouri, in Connecticut. Now I'm in your book club in Pennsylvania. I love books! (I also collect buttons!) I'm looking forward to having conversations about books with people just like you----who also love books and want to talk about them. Send me an email: booksandbooks (at) me about a book you are reading. (or buttons of interest)
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2 Responses to and what are you reading?

  1. Meegan says:

    Great start! I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next….

  2. Caty says:

    Those look like good books! 🙂

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