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The latest completed book was Paul O’Grady “Open the Cage, Murphy”. This is the 4th of his biographies and is set in the rise of Lily Savage, his drag act, from Liverpool to London. I found it a really entertaining book full of reference to places I know and have been to. I am looking forward to the next book and the next chapters of his life if he brings another volume out.
If you have never heard of Lily Savage, then I suggest having a look on YouTube for some videos, I am sure you would enjoy his acid tongue.
I have quite literally thousands of books, and this is no exaggeration. I have been collecting books all my adult life. I have bought books that I have never read, and may never get to read, but I am determined to try.
Inspired by another blogger Chronical Of Ellen, I have decided to list some books that I have to read in the next month, and no crafting (well, I may do a bit).
The photo you see showing my Churchill Diaries will not be a collection that I will be challenging myself to as yet, as they are quite intense reads. I have set a date of the end of July, so that gives me about 5 weeks to complete the following in this order:
- After Auschwitz; Eva Schloss
- Open the Cage, Murphy; Paul O’Grady
- The Dynamite Room; Jason Hewitt
- The Road Ahead; Christabel Bielenberg
So, here goes, let’s see how I do. I have only managed to read 10 books this year, which is a far cry from my wanting to read 52 by the end of the year.
I will, of course, keep you all posted.