Crooked Finger (crookedfingers) wrote,
Crooked Finger

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nothing less than a total revolution in the consciousness of his time

It is now in my own personal private flow 4:54 PM late Friday afternoon Eastern Standard Time. The sun is shining and I can hear the wind blowing outside. Leaves are falling off trees to the earth.

I had a quiet day trying to get over a bad cold and a sore throat. I mainly read today when not falling asleep a book titled, "Love and Death in the American Novel" by Leslie A. Fielder. I watched on Amazon Prime an old Firing Line hosted by William F. Buckley having a conversation on American literature with Leslie A. Fielder today.

In the mail this afternoon I received a used book I had ordered from Amazon titled, "Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal" a memoir by Jeanette Winterson.

There is not much else to report this evening about my day. I do not know what I will do next. I am extremely tired so I might go to bed early this evening. Tomorrow I once again volunteer at the Herrick District Library used books store from 10 AM till 1 PM. We might watch college football tomorrow afternoon. It all depends how we feel tomorrow afternoon if we will watch college football.

I have been thinking about what makes a novel good. I am not one to write book reviews, but I have been asking myself why certain novels I consider good and not bad. I have been lately seeking to make videos for my YouTube Channel and have not yet made a video where I review the books I have been reading or have read in the recent past. Amazon is always asking me to review the books I buy from them. I just do not know how to write a book review. I would still like to review books I have read, but have not found the right method to accomplish such a task. Any ideas on how to write or give a book review?

I will close to wait out the rest of this day.

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