Friday again and I don't know where this week went. I am now in Sweden and have finally organised most of the things I brought with me. I just squeezed in the books in the already overfull book cases. I just have to read some books fast in order to make space. Yes, I don't save all the books anymore. Mostly the non-fiction and some fiction that I really love.
To be a lady: Story of Catherine Cookson (my review under link).
Book beginnings on Fridays hosted by Rose City Reader
"Annie stood gripping her bicycle and staring wide-eyed at the tall, auburn-haired boy leaning nonchalantly across his saddle.
'What did Cathleen Davidson tell you?' she asked."
The Friday 56 hosted by Freda's Voice
"He stared at her. Her utter selflessness hurt him; he felt mean and small before the greatness of it. He pulled her towards him and enfolded her gently in his arms."
What do you think about Catherine Cookson?