Posted by: A. C. Cockerill | September 1, 2021

Book Corner – 2021 – Post #8

Book Corner – 2021 – Post #8

What are you currently reading, and are you enjoying your books?

My two cents, but please share yours:

For fiction, I’m beginning Crisis (Kelly Turnbull Book 5) by Kurt Schlichter, for the fun of it. Kurt’s spy thrillers are often thought provoking and always entertaining.

For nonfiction, I’m about to begin intuitive EDITING by Tiffany Yates Martin. It’s always good for writers to read a couple of books on the craft of writing and editing every year.


  1. My town library has been bouncing around with various restrictions for months, so I’ve been reading books online rather than fussing with that.

    My mealtime reading right now is “Make Way for Lucia” by E F Benson, the collection of Lucia stories (c 1920s and 1930s).

    Recently finished “The Town of Tombarel” by William J Locke (c 1926).

    Both books are from my home library, and I may have mentioned them before during this Covid thing. Sigh. It doesn’t matter if I reread them, they’re pleasant luncheon & supper companions. 🙂

    • You never fail to tell us about new-to-us books, Aunt Mary. Thank you so much for sharing these. 🙂 Cheers, Ashley

  2. I have been reading “Album of Horses,” by Marguerite Henry. It is an old book and a copy I have had since sixth grade. Feeling nostalgic with fall coming on. It’s really comforting to read something you loved from childhood. I also just started ” Death in Daylesford,” by Kerry Greenwood.

    • … Marguerite Henry… Misty of Chincoteague? Also from gradeschool. Don’t have the book, not sure I ever did, but remember it well from school library! 🙂 Ahh, the era of “horse stories”!

    • So true about the comfort of childhood books, Suzanne! Thank you for sharing these titles. “-) Cheers, Ashley

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