Reading Addict

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Cindy Hulsey

It seems like everyone I know is in a book group, sometimes more than one. This is undoubtedly good news. Book clubs are an excellent opportunity for people to read carefully, think deeply, and interact intelligently. Reading is not a solitary endeavor. I suppose it can be, but the experience becomes richer when you develop new ideas, self-awareness, and empathetic enlightenment while reading and can share that transformative experience with others.

One Book, One Tulsa by Cindy Hulsey

In The Warmth of Other Suns, Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson tackles a long and sweeping chapter in American history and puts a human face on it by telling the story in the voices of three African Americans who were part of The Great Migration. From 1915 to 1970 nearly six million black people left the American South for cities in the North and West in pursuit of a better life.

Sick of All the Superheroes? by Sarah Thrower

It’s pretty hard to miss the increasing presence of Marvel and D.C.

Charmers by Cindy Hulsey

I’m reading The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion, which is a sequel to The Rosie Project. It’s just as delightful as the first book.

Good Friends for a Rainy Day by Cindy Hulsey

It’s raining and chilly today—a perfect day to curl up with a cozy throw and a comforting book. You probably have several books or authors that you turn to when you want to feel good about the world; something life affirming that will take you away from your troubles for a few hours.

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