Literary Agendas

Literary Agendas

  The folks over at the Blue Bookcase host this blog hop every now and then and I always seem to miss it! I’m posting this time anyway, even if I am a few hours late. This round’s question is: Should literature have a social, political, or any other type of agenda? Does having a […]

Library time!

Library time!

We are fortunate to live just a half mile from the closest library. The library is open past 6pm only 2 nights a week and I never seem to get which nights right… until tonight! It’s built into the side of a hill and  looks more like a bunker or a bomb shelter than a […]

Shorter Reads: An Interlude

Shorter Reads: An Interlude

I have finished about 4 books over the past couple weeks that I haven’t mentioned, mostly because they are short, popular or classic, and have been reviewed or discussed widely elsewhere.  They include: The Stranger, by Albert Camus: In this short piece of absurdist fiction, Meursault is supposed to be an ‘ordinary man,’ but he […]