Today’s book recommendation is another local library find. More often than not, I like to wander all around a library to look at what’s on display in hopes that something catches my eye.
I first read Greg McKeown's writing around 3 years ago when I stumbled across his book Essentialism. I thought then, as I do now, that he was a competent writer who gave thoughtful information that was easy to understand.
I have decided to post reviews for the books I've read here on my blog. Previously, I've done them as posts on Facebook, but in keeping with my ongoing love/hate relationship with social media, I feel more comfortable releasing them here on my own forum and on my own terms.
Last year was a record year of reading books for me. Devouring 52 of them was an unintended consequence of Covid-19. As such, I wanted to write about the fiction books I enjoyed the most for today's post on TSOG.
After a lengthy break, I am back on my regular weekly blogging schedule. I needed time to sort out a few other obligations and to recalibrate what I do with this blog.