After a year like 2020, I was honestly glad to see “comfort read” as the prompt for this month’s TBR Challenge. I needed one of those. As with many readers, most of my comfort reads are books I’ve read over and over, but both of us managed to find some new-to-us books in the TBR that warmed up our January reading. And best of all, two DIK reviews! Who are your favorite comfort reads? […]
Between the coronavirus, the election, the stock market, and putting our house on the market (last kids moved out and we are downsizing big time), I am frazzled. I take more baths, listen to music that brings me joy, and refuse to watch anything depressing. And, of course, I read books that soothe my soul. […]
The “comfort read” prompt for this month’s TBR Challenge can be a tough one, as often the books that spring to mind are those well-read tomes to which we come back time after time… which doesn’t help to shave anything off our massive TBR piles. So instead, Caz and Lynn turned to favourite authors, and came up trumps with a couple of excellent reads.
Keeper of the Swans by Nancy Butler
I read the wonderful Prospero’s Daughter by Nancy Butler for a reading challenge prompt a few years back, and at the time, lamented that none of the author’s books were available digitally. So I was delighted last year to discover that the situation is gradually being remedied; a handful of her historical romances are now available in e-formats, and I hope that […]