Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf: Another classic I was able to knock out early in the month. I listened to this and feel it was not the best option – I should have read it. That said, any Woolf is some good Woolf.
Winter Loon by Susan Bernhard: This was a free Kindle book and it was just OK. I flew through it and liked the Minnesota setting well enough but always struggle when white authors right non-white characters that come off as one note.
Heart Talk by Cleo Wade: This was a book club book that COVID19 stole from me! I really enjoyed this book and wish I had purchased it so I could mark it up. So many great poems and encouraging words – this is worth checking out!
The Year of Less by Cait Flanders: OK so this is read by the author and I feel like I should not hate on it but…I did not connect with it I feel like I should have with a book on minimalism. She discloses so much other stuff than just how she dealt with her belongings and as someone who also worked from home and was allowed to stew in my emotions, I wanted to get it but just didn’t connect.
The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern: OMG THIS BOOK. I listened to it, again, maybe not the best way to consume this story. I really enjoyed it but I found myself swept away with the motif and theme but found only a few times the main characters tugged on my heartstrings.