Still casually reading Pride and Prejudice. I plan on finishing up by Christmas Eve and then reading The Christmas Party by Gillian St. Kevern. Then maybe The Greyhound of the Baskervilles by John Gaspard.
Deal Me In
9♥️: “The Rabbi’s Hobby” by Peter S. Beagle
This story kind of meanders but finally settles on being a quiet ghost story (but not a horror story), which isn’t a genre that Beagle writes in very often. This was the last of the tales in Sleight of Hand. All I have left is an Edith Wharton story.
I decided on the challenges I’m going to participate in next year. Mostly, I’m going to focus on classics and reading book I already own. Ah! I also want to read a good 30% nonfiction, which I didn’t mention in my post and will fit in…somehow.