Holden's blog

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 4 - White Teeth and Amateur

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one booksellers' lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I finished White Teeth by Zadie Smith and read Amateur by Thomas Page McBee. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 3 - Intoxication and White Teeth

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one booksellers' lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Intoxication by Jean-Luc Nancy and White Teeth by Zadie Smith. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post Two - On the Road and Fire Season

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one booksellers' lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read On the Road by Jack Kerouac and Fire Season: Field Notes from a Wilderness Lookout by Philip Connors. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post One - Ecce Homo and Nietzsche's Last Laugh

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one booksellers' lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Ecce Homo by Friedrich Nietzsche and Nietzsche's Last Laugh: Ecce Homo as Satire by Nicholas D. More. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.