In describing this book, only superlatives come to mind: fascinating, amazing, affecting, wonderful, fabulous, incredible, beautiful, etc. You won’t truly understand, however, unless you read it yourself. The book is based on the true story of teenager Pino Lella, an Italian youth who comes of age in World War II Italy. It is the tale of a real forgotten hero.
A few months ago, I struck gold. Not literally, but literarily. I like that word I just made up, because it applies to a series of western novels I started reading about a shopkeeper transplanted from New York City to the wild, wild west. This particular shopkeeper seems to run into the most wicked villains and make the best friends. He also falls in love with the wrong woman in this first book of the series. Not an ordinary shopkeeper!
If you are in a Primary presidency or are a Primary chorister in the LDS/Mormon Church, Have I got a deal for you! I’ve marked most of my books down so they are an even better deal! Most of the print books (of which there are very few left) are marked down about half, and most of the Kindle books are marked down 25%. I say “most of” because the Children’s Programs are not marked down; they cost less in the first place, and sell later in the year, presumably when people are writing their programs. Continue reading
I love to read, especially on my Kindle Fire. Did I mention that I read faster and enjoy it more when I use electronics? It’s true, and I resisted for a long time. I couldn’t imagine liking a device when I could hold a real book. Now, I look for Kindle books on Amazon first and try to find them available for checkout at my local library in Kindle form. A printed book is my last resort. Continue reading
It’s hard to say, except I’m an avid reader and want to share what I read. I also want to share my art and some other things about me, my interests, etc.