Friday, April 13, 2007

Weekend reading: Ernest J Gaines


Bloodline: Five Stories
Written by Ernest J. Gaines
Category: Fiction - Literary
Format: Trade Paperback, 256 pages
ISBN: 978-0-679-78165-3 (0-679-78165-X)



This will be my reading this weekend from author, Ernest J Gaines. I admire him as an author and historic preservationist of African American culture. His work speaks to my heart. Thank you Mr. Gaines. Enjoy your weekend everyone. Peace~

16 comments:

faith said...

Enjoy. I might have to go out to a park with a good book and read awhile this weekend. It is supposed to get into the high 50's or low 60's this weekend! That is really nice for us now in MN. Have a great weekend!

urban butterfly said...

Enjoy your reading & your weekend!

geoffreyphilp101@gmail.com said...

Happy reading, Stephen!

Professor Zero said...

Nobel Prize for Gaines! I think he has been nominated, what do we do to get him to win it ... ?

Bygbaby said...

Now I want to see a 800 word single spaced 8pt arial font essay in my email by 7am Monday morning! :)

Bygbaby

Writer on Board said...

Ah. I've read all of Gaines except for Mozart and Leadbelly. You just reminded me that I need to run out and get that. Bloodlines is also new to me. Thanks again. As always.

retroChyld said...

good choice in book. Enjoy your weekend and tell us what you think once you read it.

Cergie said...

Coucou Stephen,

I dont know that author
Are his books translated in French I wonder ?
I'm sure you had a good time reading this book

You know, Stephen, Time is so short I notice that spring is here And I was in the mountain, there was snow, and in Cergy the weather is so hot now

The landscape is already yellow because of rape
Flowers flowers flowers everywhere and birds so busy


It is difficult for me to choice I have so many pictures to share !!
I would like to show this old beautiful school soon though...

Crystal said...

This is the perfect weekend (rainy and chilly) for curling up with a book!

Analía said...

I hope you have enjoyed your reading Stephen. Have a great week!!
xoxoxox
Ani

Stephen Bess said...

Faith-
We're probably getting some of your weather here because we are completely unseasonably messed up. :)

UB-
I hope you had a great weekend too. My weekend was productive.

G.Philp-
Thank you sir. I did. I hope your weekend was great as well.

Profzero-
I know! He deserves it.

Bygbaby-
I would've but my dog ate it. :)

Alex-
Yes, I have Mozart and Leadbelly. I need to read that next. I think I'll concentrate on Gaines for a minute.

Retro-
Didn't finish but I'll let you know. :)

Cergie-
It seems that Gaines would be?? We'll have to check. Yes, I'm looking forward to more photos. You make me want to upgrade my camera. :)

Crystal-
Yes indeed it was. Good to see you.

Analia-
I did. Enjoy your week as well and thanks for the love. :)

Crankyputz said...

I needed a good book reccomendation....

Stephen Bess said...

Cranky-
What type of literature do you like to read?

Rose said...

I ENJOY READING ERNEST WORK TOO.

black feline said...

is reading tough for u? meaning to put aside some times daily to flip the pages...I have the bad habit of putting down a book for weeks after reading...by then i have to recall the earlier episodes...lol

Stephen Bess said...

Rose-
Yes, I love him.

Blkfeline-
Most of my reading is done on my way to work. I did some reading this morning over a cup of coffee. I read last night before I fell asleep. So, it's whenever I get a moment. :) So, it's easy for now. I don't know if it'll stay that way. I guess it will depend on my outside responsibility.

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