'Troublemaker: A Memoir from the Front Lines of the Sixties' by Bill Zimmerman
'Killing Raven' A Novel by Margaret Coel
'The Game' A Novel Of Suspense Featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes by Laurie R. King
'Skinny Island More Tales of Manhattan' by Louis Auchincloss
'The Outermost House' A modern classic about a year of life on the Great Beach of Cape Cod by Henry Beston
'The Pulitzer Prizes: Volume One 1987' A Legacy Of Distinguished Reporting, Powerful And Unforgettable Images From America's Best Journalists Edited By Kendall J. Wills
'In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand And Terrible Polar Voyage Of The USS Jeannette' by Hampton Sides
'Brother, I'm Dying' autobiography by Edwidge Danticat
'Pilgrim At Tinker Creek' memoir by Annie Dillard
'The Big House: A Century In The Life Of An American Summer House' by George Howe Colt
'The Truth According To Us' A Novel by Annie Barrows
'Ploughshares At Emerson College' Summer 2016 Vol. 42 No. 2
'American Stories II Fiction From The Atlantic Monthly' Edited by C. Michael Curtis
'A Single Pebble' A Novel by John Hersey
'A Documentary History Of Art' Volume II Michelangelo and the Mannerists/The Baroque and the Eighteeth Century Selected and Edited by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt
'Madame Bovary' A Novel by Gustave Flaubert Translated by Francis Steeguller [Modern Library]
'A Summer of Hummingbirds' Love, Art, and Scandal in the Intersecting Worlds of Emily Dickinson, Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe, & Martin Johnson Heade by Christopher Benfey
'Rising From Plains' non-fiction by John McPhee
'Military History: The Definitive Guide To The Objects Of Warfare' Smithsonian
Some of the used books Carol brought home were for me and some for her. She got all these books for $7.00 dollars! A sweet deal for such a wide selection of interesting used books.
This morning we have Caleb, Josie, Cora and their dog Ollie here. Josie spent the night with us. There is no college football games today, which I am thankful for. I was getting sick of watching college football. I am ready for football to be over for another season.
This morning I got up around 6:45 AM and came upstairs to find Carol and Josie up. I spent the morning doing the usual activities. I wrote in my paper diary and read this morning from a new book titled, 'Promise, Law, Faith: Covenant-Historical Reasoning in Galatians' by T. David Gordon.
Last night after Carol and Josie went to bed I filmed a video for my Youtube channel Friday Reads. Well I will close to drift.