Friday, February 14, 2014


Nearly every day a book comes into my life that I want to read--or listen to as it happened today. Late this afternoon, a friend knocked on my door and dropped off the audiobook she's just finished, thinking I'd be interested in it as well.

Traveling with Pomegranates by Sue Monk Kidd and her daughter Anne Kidd Taylor.

"Oh, yes please," I said, and almost immediately put the first disk in my laptop to start listening.

I've enjoyed other books by Sue Monk Kidd. In both her fiction and memoir writing, she is a seeker of the feminine divine. Over the past few years, and in part through her writing, I've discovered that I am, too.


misssrobin said...

I love pomegranates and I love audio books. Maybe I'll try that one. How is the reader? That will make or break an audio book for me, no matter how well written the book is.


Margy said...

Robin - it's read by Sue and her daughter Ann, and I think they do a great job. They both have a gentle southern accent, not too strong.