Father’s Day was last weekend, and everyone in my family knows that the easiest gift to get me is a Barnes & Noble gift card, and that’s exactly what I got! I finally made the drive to the local B&N store and, like a kid in a candy shop, perused the shelves for nearly an hour before finally settling on three books: George W. Bush’s autobiography, the fifth book in Bernard Cornwell’s ‘Saxon Stories’ series, and a book about Robert E. Lee, written from the perspective of a Southerner who grew up lionizing the man but has come to realize his major faults.
I’m excited to get busy reading these! I first have to finish a biography on Frederick Douglass, but once that’s done, which book do you think I should start with? Let me know in the comments!