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Saturdays in the South with author Olivia deBelle Byrd: Southern Funerals or He Just Woke Up Dead
Read:Um, nothing. Short lunches at work combined with a surprisingly busy (for me--the introvert) social life last week, meant that I didn't get much reading done. But I had a good time and met some new friends!
Currently Reading:The same as last week.
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell--I admit it. I am loving this. You are all right; I'm kicking myself for not reading it earlier.
The Bookseller of Kabul by Åsne Seierstad, translated by Ingrid Christopherson--I like it. I'm mostly withholding judgement at this point. I will say that one chapter so far has been absolutely perfect.
Footsteps in the Dark by Georgette Heyer--Fun fluff. It's easy to read while I sweat away on the elliptical machine.
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, read by Jim Dale--I have to say that I was sort of not really seeing what all the fuss is about. But things are starting to finally come together and make sense for me.
I might finish The Night Circus and The Bookseller of Kabul, so I'll be looking for new audio and non-fiction picks. Right now, I'm thinking about Room by Emma Donoghue on audio and On Writing by Stephen King. Any opinions on either of these?
What do you think of the new look? I remodeled today as a way to avoid the baleful stares of the many, many, many books that are waiting to be reviewed.
What are you reading this week?
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