Yesterday I finished a book called You Never Did Learn To Knock Selected by Bel Mooney.
This book was a collective anthology of stories about girls and their mothers. (14 stories)
I enjoyed the book for the most part, except for the fact that more than half the stories were from Britain, and all their slang like "mum" and "pet" got a little annoying to read, just because I'm not used to that in my everyday language. (But, they probably wouldn't be used to "mom" or "honey")
Over all, I give this book a fairly high review, except for all the british stuff.
*Note This book is non-fiction
Sorry that this is the most I've posted in a while, I've been reading a lot, just thicker books! :)
Word of the day: Bunchgrass- any of various grasses of many genera that grow in tufts or clumps rather than forming a sod or a mat.
Quote of the day "A man who wants time to read and write must let the grass grow long"- Sloan Wilson
Have fun with your grass quote!