UnClobber: Rethinking our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality by Colby Martin
Checked y'all read lists since Jan...
And I read everyone's except The Room and @Mee's lists. Yo @Mee, super high five on being inspirational reader and bringing books to my attention I haven't heard of yet.
And what I'm reading is articles on Lima syndrome and sooo not finding what I'm looking for.
the great think is - free public ( electronic) access to classics! I was listening to an audio - not audible but name escapes me right now- used to be really big - people volunteered to read books that had free access- was great resource for those with vision issues , or for what ever reason preferred audio .
@Mee if you like memoirs you might like "Speak, Memory" by Vladimir Nabokov. He is considered a classic author, but he's not too hard to read because his descriptions are so vivid and his dialogue pulls you right into the moment, in my opinion. I had only read one book by him when I read his memoir. It's so good, it reads like a novel.