Morning Meanderings…. A Timely End To The March Sisters (and a new read-a-long)


Good morning and Happy Easter Weekend.  I have a pretty low key morning here and I am taking full advantage here with coffee and book and listening to the end of the audio, Little Women which was the read-a-long over at Fizzy Thoughts for March and I am surprised it took me most of the month to listen to this audio, but 18 hours and 44 minutes takes a while to get through when you are only listening to it in the house and not on road trips. 😀

I am excited to review this one (later today) as it has been a fun revisiting of this high school read and I have taken away some different things this time regarding the tomboy Jo and characters who represents in more modern literature, and perhaps the longest dragged out death scene I have ever read in a book…. to the point where you almost want to say, get on with it already… 😯  It will be good to finish this audio up as I am ready to move on.

Sadly, I do not see a new read-a-long from Jill for April (it has been fun latching on to her reads – I liked not picking a book and the choices have been fun…) and I am still in read-a-long mode so I am going to host one for April.  Here it is:


Simple read a long – just feel free to grab the button and read the book in April.  That’s it.  I will post back here the end of April and set up a link for those who participated to add their thoughts on the book as well. 

In other news, I have exciting updates to Wine and Words (SQQQUUUEEEEE Worthy – truly) but that will need to wait for another day, and I also posted this morning a long overdue update to the 12K group and challenge over at Team Kickin It.

8 thoughts on “Morning Meanderings…. A Timely End To The March Sisters (and a new read-a-long)

  1. Fun! I’ve been wanting to read The Hobbit for months now! Maybe this will motivate me to move it up on my reading list 🙂

  2. Two or maybe three years ago (blogger time passes so quickly!), I reread Little Women for a challenge, at which point, I also got to enjoy the updated books like the fictionalized Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott, among others.

    I had read LW so many times in my childhood, that it wasn’t all that surprising that I remembered so many little details, like Amy’s trick of putting a clothespin on her nose, and her passion for limes.

    It was a fun visit down memory lane. However, I could never listen to it…or any book, unless I was going on a road trip. It would take too long!! lol

  3. Oh I so love Little Women. It’s one of favorite books. I think I may join you for The Hobbit. I picked it up really cheap at Audible a while back.

  4. How funny, I just finished The Hobbit last week! I’m working on a review now, and I’ll be curious to see everyone else’s thoughts around the book. 🙂

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