For the next 2 weeks I will not be video sharing #Bookclub2018. But I plan on finishing up Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil Audio, going to Mary Washington's Homecoming, traveling to DC for the Dallas v. Redskins game, and attending a wine tasting. Although, the racist eccentricities of the inhabitants of Savannah … Continue reading #Bookclub2018 #TheBook
Bookclub 2018 will be discussing Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and my friend Marianne states that it is referred to as #TheBook by those in the know in Savannah. Savannah comes to light in the frank prose used by its colorful inhabitants and detailed by the author Berendt. Savannah is as it … Continue reading #The Book We are still reading #MidnightInTheGarden
I find my thoughts are expressed by others in better prose than I could ever create. BookClub 2018 will be discussing Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil by Berendt a nonfiction account of the cast of characters in 1980s Savannah, GA. Old Savannah, new Savannah, Black Savannah, White Savannah, Crazy Savannah, Homicidal Savannah, … Continue reading #Bookclub 2018 and #NCFroIsReading Midnight In the Garden Of Good And Evil by Berendt
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cn2i7-9b9099 Knoxville TN I always like summerBestyou can eat fresh cornFrom daddy's gardenAnd okraAnd greensAnd cabbageAnd lots ofBarbequeAnd buttermilkAnd homemade ice-creamAt the church picnicAnd listen toGospel musicOutsideAt the churchHomecomingAnd go to the mountains withYour grandmotherAnd go barefootedAnd be warmAll the timeNot only when you go to bedAnd sleep Nikki Giovanni
Daniel Mendelsohn discusses Karl Ove Knausgaard’s “My Struggle,” and Jill Lepore talks about “These Truths: A History of the United States.” Source: The End of the ‘Struggle’ A well produced Book Review, well done!
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-scx2n-9b8199 This is taken from Super Summary synopsis: in 1980, Hattie and August bring their oldest living daughter, Cassie, to a mental institution. She has been hearing voices and has become a danger to herself and her daughter, Sala. Hattie feels overwhelmed at the thought of raising one last child but takes Sala in nonetheless. … Continue reading #NCFro is Reading 12 Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis