After Lockdown ended, and as we appeared to be emerging from the threat, and reality, of COVID-19, I decided to continue keeping a log of the books I have read. I enjoy looking back over the month and contemplating my reading diet! However, as I post this latest reading list, the threat of OMICRON is looming, and there is talk of further restrictions. Maybe Lockdown Reading will return! Let's hope not.
This month we have had a number of bookshop trips, literary talks and festivals and a couple of online conversations. So my reading has been inspired by these. It is therefore even more varied than usual.
|Katherine May Wintering|
|Polly Atkin Recovering Dorothy|
|Connie Berry The Art of Betrayal|
|William Knight The English Lake District as Interpreted in the Poems of Wordsworth|
|Miss Read Winter in Thrush Green|
|Alexander McCall Smith Love in the Time of Bertie|
|Arthur Ransome Winter Holiday|
|Christmas at River Cottage|
|Catherine Lowell The Madwoman Upstairs|
|Hana Videen The Word Hord|
|The Joy of Small Things|