Again, I haven’t really posted for the last couple of weeks. It’s because my mom came from California to spend Thanksgiving here in Massachusetts. She only just left earlier today. I couldn’t spend much time on the computer, because we were doing mother-daughter stuff, including a whole lot of baking. I did finish some books, though.
The weekends before that were spent playing a couple of community band concerts as well, although those are done now until February.
The books in this post represent the last couple of weeks. I’m reeeaaallllyyyy hoping to get some reviews up this week, since I’ve fallen so drastically behind. Thanks for your patience!
Mortality by Christopher Hitchens
Haunted Places: True Encounters with the World Beyond by Hans Holzer
Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran
The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling
Break My Heart 1,000 Times by Daniel Waters
Lost at Sea by Jon Ronson
Continuing to read:
The first few of these are books that I just lost interest in for the time being. I’ll pick them up again later, but for now I’m bored.
Live by Night by Dennis Lehane
Fever Season: The Epidemic of 1878 That Almost Destroyed Memphis, and the People who Saved It by Jeanette Keith
The Dead Roam the Earth by Alasdair Wickham
The Passage by Justin Cronin (audiobook)
What are you reading this week?