Friday Finds (October 19th)

I’m joining in a new meme this week, I hope you like it and join in too!

FRIDAY FINDS showcases the books you ‘found’ and added to your To Be Read (TBR) list… whether you found them online, or in a bookstore, or in the library — wherever! (they aren’t necessarily books you purchased).

So, come on — share with us your FRIDAY FINDS!

My find of the week was the author Oliver Sacks. I bought two books of his and they arrived on Tuesday this week. I’ve started the first and can’t wait to get my teeth into the second. I’m fascinated by the world of psychology and these anthologies of Sacks’ work are a great insight into his work.



About Pam Smith

I am a Christian and currently exploring vocation. I am a writer, I conduct a brass band, I am an avid reader and when I'm not doing any of those things I crochet with a fierce passion. I am mum to two fantastic young adults, celebrating my Silver wedding anniversary in 2016 with my husband. I recently gained my Bachelor of Arts with honours.
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7 Responses to Friday Finds (October 19th)

  1. Maxi says:

    “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat,” this is too funny, Pam. No doubt that you’re gonna enjoy this one.

    See ya when I return from surgery.
    Blessings ~ Maxi


  2. Found an old copy of McGuffy’s Reader on a dusty shelf hidden back of used book store. Nostalgic to see an America that raised its children with moral values, work ethic, honesty and responsibility.


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  4. auntyuta says:

    I just finished reading ‘Things could be worse’ by Lily Brett. There’s a Jewish community in Melbourne where Lily Brett grew up. In this fictional tale we meet Lola Bensky, who leads an interesting life in Melbourne. We don’t know much about Lola’s earlier life in New York. However Lily Brett wrote a new book which is called ‘Lola Bensky’. I’m looking forward to find out more about what Lola Bensky has been up to as a young woman in NewYork in the 1960s. Lily Brett has a very humorous and easy to read writing style. I loved all her books I’ve been reading so far. Can’t wait to read her new book.


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