Sunday, 29 October 2017

reading log

I don't think I can do this properly right now so this just a list of what I've been reading.

All Hell Let Loose by Max Hastings
Life by Keith Richards
Moral Panic 101 by Benjamin Law
The Trauma Cleaner by Sarah Krasnostein
Draw Your Weapons by Sarah Sentilles
The Rings of Saturn by W.G. Sebald (re-read)
A Woman in Berlin by anonymous (re-read)
Soul Repair: Recovering from Moral Injury After War by Brock and Lettini

Currently engaged in rereading Seven Pillars of Wisdom. After that, Broken River by J. Robert Lennon.


Anonymous said...

I hope you are OK. Please come back when you are ready. Or before you are ready!! I miss you

Marie in Perth WA

elsewhere said...

That's a mighty reading list! So nice to hear about re-reading as well.

lucy tartan said...

Hi Marie,

I am OK, and thanks for letting me know you're there and you were wondering about how things are. I like to find a comment like yours every now and then, ie from a person who's been quietly reading along and who I didn't know about before. I like it and also it alarms me just a little bit. But not in a bad way. On the whole I think its a classy move to follow a blogger and (presumably) enjoy their work but leave them to get on with it more or less undisturbed. I have never been to WA so it is even more interesting an exercise for me to imagine you. I shall stop there as I think this might be getting a trifle weird. Not one blog-derived relationship in my life has ever avoided becoming weird on some level, though, so there's that too.

lucy tartan said...

Hello El and it was very nice to see you on the weekend. I'm inhaling books at the moment. See you again soon. X

elsewhere said...

Yes, that’d be great. You must visit WA some time—very beautiful!

Ann ODyne said...

The memorable part of Keef's LIFE book to me, is the sweet letters he wrote to his Aunt at the time when the band was in the midst of the early fame/hysteria thing. He looks like a trainwreck but is clearly a sweet boy.

I hope you don't fall for the vanity of $6000 worth of Invisalign.
I have fillings from 1972 that are fine.