On my nightstand/Sept. 11


On my nightstand


An Immoveable Feast by John Baxter. I pretty much ripped through this fun French read sent to me by Cherie! Thanks again Cherie.

The Definitive Book of Body Language by Allan and Bar ara Pease. This is a fascinating read. I am reading it slowly so I can remember all the important knowledge it has about reading body language. I recommend this to anyone and everyone. It is a library book.

The Mandarins by Simone de Beaviour. This is a library book I haven’t had a chance to start yet.

The Elementary Particles by Michel Houellebecq. I am three-fourths of the way through this library book, inspired by either the author of Entre Nous or the author of French Women Don’t Sleep Alone who mentioned that French women argue over the latest Houellebecq book. Great book. Very intellectual and lots of sex. I’ve heard it is dismal and depressing at its conclusion however. We’ll see.

When Will There Be Good News by Kate Atkinson. A great book I will pick up and resume reading when I finish my library books.

Loop Loop and Here Kitty Kitty are books I own that I may not get to for a while.

5 thoughts on “On my nightstand/Sept. 11”

  1. Bella. As I scrolled down to this post, I found myself smiling back at you, pretty lady! Kristi, what a great energy you project. The orange wall is a happy backdrop but the “real” glow is from you, from within. Thanks for another great moment of inspiration.

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