Sally in the Zen

Confessions of a Befuddled Zen Buddhist

John Grisham

Every now and then, I go through phases where I would be utterly enthralled with a particular author or a particular subject that I just can’t get enough of.

And when the interest wanes, away go the books back to library.

The last time was JD Robb.

A long time before that was cookbooks.

This time around?

John Grisham.

I finished his latest novel called The Confession.

It was a non-stop read for me. 

Literally.

I would read it while eating breakfast.  While getting ready for bed.  While getting ready for the day. 

While in the bathroom.

Ok, I’ll stop there.  I’m sure you get the picture.

He makes law fun.

So as soon as I was finished with The Confession, I picked up The Testament.

Finished that in two days.

Then picked up The Street Lawyer.

Finished that in another two days.

Right now I’m in the middle of The Rainmaker.

I haven’t read this one in years!

No, John Grisham did not pay me to write this post for him.  As if he really needs me to spread the word about his books.  He’s just a really great read.

Most especially in the bathroom.

Enough said.

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The Pages in my Hands

What do I normally do in between my reading recipes and food stories?

Why, read mysteries, of course!  Isn’t that obvious?

I just finished The Aurora Teagarden Mystery series by Charlaine Harris

I first stumbled across Charlaine when I discovered the Sookie Stackhouse series in the library.  Then I followed the True Blood series on television.

I love all her stories.

Out of her Lily Bard series, I have Shakespeare’s Counselor left to read. 

Whenever I come across good reads, whether food blogs or hard copy books, I tend to become a loyal reader. 

But books…sometimes I just need to feel the pages in my hands.

I love books.

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