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It's Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date
I think I am starting to get my bearings with my new schedule - where to fit in school and work back into my life smoothly. I haven't gotten the kinks all out but we are getting closer.
This morning is crisp and cool and so totally autumn. I have been waiting for this weather for a month now. My sweet boy is still sleeping, and my husband left early to go to a ham radio swap meet with a friend. Right now, it is me, the cats and this cup of tea.
Read Last Week:
Betrayals by Kelley Armstrong: I devoured this book. I am so sad it is over!!! This series just keeps getting better and better and now I have to wait for the next book.
Harmony by Carolyn Parkhurst: This book was really good as well. I am still processing it and what I think about it.
Reading This Week:
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie: Last week on the blog I shared an article written by Alexie about Tonto. I had heard of Alexie, but that was the first I had read him. I am looking forward to reading this one- I have heard so much about it, and I know it has even been banned/challenged before, so I need to look into that too.
City of the Lost by Kelley Armstrong: I figured I was all caught up on Cainesville now, so I may as well begin this new series by Armstrong. I am looking forward to this one as well!
I am doing a slow read, one that I am taking my time with. It is really good actually, and makes me want to get outside and hike and camp! I love hiking, but camping usually gets a big No Thanks from me. Cabins are more my speed..but this book kind of makes me want to sleep in a tent. Just a little.
Not much right now! My husband is watching Live Free or Die, a National Geographic or Discovery (one of the two) reality show about people who live off the grid. Together we have been watching Death in Paradise, a BBC crime show that takes place in the Caribbean. Little man loves the theme song and bops along to it when he hears it. He also does that for The Office theme too, lol.