Bookish Thoughts

June Books: Mysteries
June Books: Classics
May Miscellany: Short Stories, Nature, Buddhism, Art, Letters, Memoir
Poetry and Poets
More Mysteries in May: Catherine Aird and Ngaio Marsh
Mysteries in May: Catherine Aird and Agatha Christie
Classics, Haiku, Poems
History, Mystery, Myth, and Memoir
Histories and Mysteries
Wise Women: A Celebration of Their Insights, Courage, and Beauty
March Books 3: Mysteries, Short Stories, Work in Translation, and Poems
March Books 2: The Perfect Dictionary, Poetry, a Witty Play, and a Cosy Mystery
March Books 1: Ireland in Fiction, Ireland in Memory, and The Lola Quartet
February Books 2: Muriel Spark, Peadar O'Donnell, Inspector Gamache, and Everything Under
February 2020 1: Agnes Martin, Donegal Legends, Craft in Ireland, and an Audiobook
January 2020: Japanese Contentments, Mysteries, Poetry, and the Novel I Thought Was Gone
January 2020: Mystery, Comedy, and How Do We Smell Things?
December 2019: Seasonal Stories and A Woman in the Polar Night
December 2019: Agatha Christie Norebooks, Audre Lorde Biography and A Couple of Mysteries
December 2019: Pandemic, Poetry, and a Couple of Novels
November 2019: Irish Authors
November 2019: Mysteries
November 2019: Christmas, Joni Mitchell, The Outrun, and Kumihimo
October 2019: Words and Weather, Mystery and Village Life
October 2019: Poirot and a Marple, Dog Poems, Nuns, and Roderick Alleyn
October 2019: Short Stories, A Good House, and Grasshopper
September 2019: Maigret, Miss Marple, Christmas Cosy and Supernatural
September 2019: Mystery Short Stories at Christmas, Ireland and Europe, and Plow or Plough
September 2019: Last Man, Ghost Stories, and a Cosy
The Rest of August 2019: Not Mysteries
Mysteries in August 2
Mysteries in August 1
Maud West, Lady Detective
July 2019: Nonfiction
July 2019: Ngaio Marsh and Amy Wingate's Journal (audiobook)
July 2019: Short Stories and Haiku
July 2019: Atwood and Weird Deaths
June 3: Poetry, Archaeology, Candlepin Bowling, and Short Stories
June 2: Art, Doggerland, and Going Underland
June: Buddhist Reflections, Silence, Poetry, and a Golden Age Mystery
 Two Books about Doggerland
May 2019 Books: Chernobyl, Immigration, Mystery
May 2019: Detours and Books
May 2019 Part One
April 2019: Chernobyl, Felt, Stories, and Village Feuds
April 2019, Part 1--belfast stories, poetry, and fiction 
April 2019: Ngaio Marsh
March 2019: Part 3
March 2019: Part 2
March 2019: Part 1
February: The Last of the List
February Book Love 
A Few Irish Women in Books and Life
January: Part 3
January: Writing By and About Irish Women
January 2019: Part 1 
Two Doors Down and The Scribner Book of the Irish Short Story 
Cosy Christmas Mysteries
Books and Blooms
Climate Justice by Mary Robinson
November 2018: Part 3
November 2018: Part 2
November 2018: Part 1
The Word Exchange by Alena Graedon
October 2018: Part 3
October 2018: Part 2
October 2018
September 2018:Part 2
September 2018: Part 1
August 2018: Last Part of the List
August 2018 (a couple more near the end)
August 2018: Part 1
July: Last Part
July Part 3
July 2018 Part 2
July 2018
June 2018 (at the end)
June 2018: Part 2 (at the end)
June 2018: Part 1 (at the end)
Life Reimagined: The Science, Art, and Opportunity of Midlife by Barbara Bradley Hagerty
Women of Mystery: The Lives and Works of Notable Women Crime Novelists by Martha Hailey Dubose
May Books (at the end): Last Part
May Books (at the end): Part 4
May Books (at the end): Part 3
May Books (at the end): Part 2
May Books (at the end): Part 1
April Books: Part 3
 April Books: Part 2
April Books: Part 1
The Asshole Survival Guide by Robert I Sutton
Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women chosen by Sophie Hannah
March Books 2018 Part 3
March Books 2018, Part 2
March Books 2018
Himself by Jess Kidd
February Books Part 3
February Books Part 2
February Books Part 1
Still with the Music by Karl Jenkins with Sam Jackson
Handmade by Gary Rogowski
Books January Part 3
Books January 2018 Part 2
Books January 2018 Part 1
Reading in December: Part Three
Reading in December: Part Two
Reading in December: Part One
Last of the November Books
November Books Part 2
 November Books, Part 1
October Books Part 3
October Books Part 2
October Books Pt 1
September Books
August Books Pt 2
August Books, Pt 1
The Idiot by Elif Batuman
June Reading, Part 3
June Reading, Part 2 
June Reading, Part 1
May, 2017 Books
Books I Read in April (2017)
Then There Was Light: Stories Powered by the Rural Electrification Scheme in Ireland
The Humans by Matt Haig
The Mistletoe Murder and Other Stories by PD James
Jambusters--by Julie Summers 
The Mandibles by Lionel Shriver
The White Road by Edmund de Waal 
Howards End is on the Landing  by Sue Hill
Alice Taylor and Miss Read
The Way the Crow Flies by Ann-Marie MacDonald
We are All Completely Beside Ourselves--Karen Joy Fowler
All Our Yesterdays and Maine by Natalia Ginzburg and Courtney Sullivan, respectively
The Springs of Affection and The Visitor by Maeve Brennan

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