Hello! It’s been a bit since I posted and I apologize. I just started a new job and haven’t been able to dedicate as much time to my reading pleasure as previously shared. I am excited to say I found out that my boss is a big reader (like me) and that we have many books in common (Outlander series, Fifty Shades of Grey, Game of Thrones series, and The Hunger Games series just to name a few). I’m hoping we can swap ideas, authors and more importantly books. Once I get into the swing of my new job (I’m even in charge of night court once a month!) there will be nothing stopping me from my usual one book a week reading schedule but until then I wanted to check in and see what everyone is reading, wanting to read, has on their to-read shelf, recommendations, or whatever you want to share! I am currently reading the long anticipated second novel by Deborah Harkness called Shadow of Night. So far I am riveted and loving it.
I also came across a fantastic "new" artist (new is to me, not to the world of art) that I wanted to share. I found it apt for us bibliophiles. But also beyond that the images are so imaginative and fantastic that it calls to my creative mind. The author's name is Jacek Yerka. The painting I would love to hang in my library (feautred above) is titled Bible Dam.