Sunday Salon: Catch-up

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It has been a lethargic week for me and to be honest, I hadn’t read a book for two weeks until yesterday. Yikes. It’s suppose to be a year of me reading more again. I remember summers as a teenager and two weeks without a book would be very strange. It use to make me angsty when I didn’t have a book on hand.

To be honest, I have been doing much of anything lately. The days are a blur. Still, with impending library books due, I read one yesterday: The Best American Travel Writing 2011 (review up tomorrow).

Now that I’ve hit my stride, it’s a reading weekend so I will start another today among the To Be Read queue. It will be my first Georgette Heyer today:

The Devil’s Club by Georgette Heyer
A Civil Contract by Georgette Heyer
The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt
The Maladjusted by Derek Hayes
The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

And more. There is always more books for me to read. It’s a cloudy weekend so it’s perfect time to stay indoors. What are you reading this week?

4 comments

  1. Deb Nance at Readerbuzz says:

    When my reading slows, I’m always filled with fear: Will this be the end of my reading forever?! But it always comes back.

    At least so far….

    • athena says:

      It always returns because it is who we are I guess, but life does get in the way sometimes so I have been more understanding as I get older how books aren’t a priority as they use to be. Thanks for the comment!

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