Posted by: A. C. Cockerill | September 19, 2017

Book Corner – 2017 – Post #9

Book Corner – 2017 – Post #9

What are you currently reading?

My two cents, but please share yours:

For fiction, I’m just beginning Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham, my neighborhood book club’s selection for this month.

For nonfiction, I’m still working my way through SQL for Dummies by Allen G. Taylor. So far, still good.


  1. Finished the book on limericks… it took a while, can’t read many limericks in a row or they stop being fun.

    As he filled up his order book pp.
    He decided, “I want higer ww.”
    So he struck for more pay
    But, alas, now they say
    He is sweeping out elephants’ cc.

    Found a copy of “The Upanishads” on the bookshelf, suspect it was from auditing a class at U Del in the ’60s. Not sure I’ll end up reading it all, but I’ll give it a go! 🙂

    Still working my way through back copies of “The Magazine Antiques” – each one is as good as a book, but I no longer work in that field and they need to go live somewhere else now.

    • Love the limericks, Aunt Mary! You always read such interesting and unusual books. 🙂 Cheers, Ashley

  2. On my nook, I’m rereading Die Trying, a Jack Reacher novel. In paperback, I’m rereading Left Behind. Don’t know if I’ll reread the whole series or not, but I just thought I’d read the 1st one again. If you haven’t read this series, it’s well worth your time.

    • Hi David, I have read the whole Left Behind series. Loved it! Wish the movies had been better–maybe someday, we’ll get well-acted versions. Cheers, Ashley

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