Books Read In May – 9/36
Half Broke Horses, Jeannette Walls
Minding Frankie, Maeve Binchy
Foundation, Isaac Asimov
My Thoughts Be Bloody, Nora Titone
Did I Really Make Breakfast? (Well Grandma did help a lot), Fabio Viviani
Charles Jessold, Considered as a Murderer, Wesley Stace
The Year She Fell, Alice Rasley
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, James Hogg
Private Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, Ulysses S. Grant
 Now I’m ready for A Dance With Dragons. Let’s see if Martin got the manuscript to the publisher in time for it’s promised July 12th delivery date. (He’s never been on time in the past.)
 While I usually like Hester Browne’s books, this one lacks a little pizzazz.
 If you’re a baseball fan, this is a must read – it’s an unvarnished portrait of a talented and self-destructive icon.
 He could use an editor.
 Like peeling an onion. (Pay attention to the wording of the title.)
 Read in conjunction with Booth’s Sister, My Thoughts Be Bloody and The Autobiography of Mark Twain. There’s a lot of overlap in the historical figures, and the four books combined give a fascinating overview of the time.