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February 19th, 2015

Getting Back In the Saddle-3

Finally finished "Moll Flanders" on February 9. Photo by Jonathan deHaan
Finally finished Moll Flanders on February 9.
Photo by Jonathan deHaan

I used to read all the time, but for some reason, my chemo brain is still not wanting to cooperate fully with my eyeballs.

In my last post about this subject, I mentioned attempting to read several books:

And The Sea Will Tell by Vincent Bugliosi

Never finished.

The Guestbook by Andrea Hurst

Took me a month, but I finished it and I’m looking forward to the second book of the trilogy coming out this spring.

Hotel on The Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford

Never finished.

I have managed to read two more books since The Guestbook. The first was Dad Is Fat by Jim Gaffigan. Hilarious. My latest accomplishment was Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe. Not exactly light reading—that one—but I finished every last chapter and editors’ notes. Go me.

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