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Picking Two Books (Back to The Roaming Reader Series)

I have two, excellent books to tell you about today. You may never read them, but you may be glad to know about them. Maybe you will want to pick up one of them. No matter, I hope you’ll find some encouragement, enjoyment, and even inspiration from this post.

Paul has been picking                                           climbing cucumbers in our raised-bed gardens. Fun, fun! So is picking a good book to read.

I began The Roaming Reader series in March while still in Florida.* I  interrupted the series in the last three posts in order to respond to some questions from a reader. Now, we need to get back to the list of eight books that I picked for discussion. In March through May, I focused four posts on just two books. Today, I want to consider two more books. Since I”m looking at two in one post, this roaming reader will shorten her leash!

Which books on the list did I pick for today?

One fiction: A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles (2016).

One nonfiction: Liturgy of the Ordinary, by Tish Harrison Warren (2016).

Within these selections, what do we find?

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