Friday Finds – September 26, 2014

CatFindsFriday Finds is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading to showcase books you recently found and added to your TBR (to be read) list. It doesn’t matter whether you found them free online, borrowed them from a library or purchased them. Anything and everything works.

I only have one find to report this week. It’s a short story and can be read free at Literary Fictions, another WordPress blog.

Miriam by Truman Capote

Mariam

Miriam was suggested as a group read by Cheryl at the Nutshell Cubbyhole. The discussion begins today for one week. Everyone interested is welcome to join. We’d love to have you.

Share your Friday Finds with us! Please leave a comment with the link to your own Friday Finds post on MizB’s blog or here. If you don’t have a blog, you may share your finds in a comment here anyway. We’d love to know what you found this week.

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8 comments on “Friday Finds – September 26, 2014

  1. bookmammal says:

    The only Truman Capote I’ve ever read is In Cold Blood, which I thought was great–I’ve never tried any of his other works. Side note–the movie Capote from a few years back starring Philip Seymour Hoffman was wonderful!

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  2. I’ve read Breakfast At Tiffany’s by Truman Capote & I have a copy of In Cold Blood by Truman Capote waiting to be read, but I’ve never heard of Miriam!! I’ll have to check it it! Here are my FF: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2014/09/friday-finds-52.html

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    • I just finished reading Miriam and it’s quite an odd story. I suspect there will be several opinions on what it’s really about at the discussion group. Come on over and join us at the Nutshell Cubbyhole if you have time. Thanks for leaving yours.

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  3. This is interesting…adding to my TBR!

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  4. I have been meaning to read In True Blood for a long time but haven’t managed it yet so I’ve gone to Literary Fictions and saved the link to read this one for now.

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