So far, March hasn't been a stellar reading month for me. I only finished one book last week. Also didn't get any reviews posted, although I've got several started. All the rainy weather we've had recently, plus the time change, has slowed me down considerably; but I'm hoping to get back in the groove (or at least find the groove) this week.
- Finished last week:
Contact by Carl Sagan. I've got a review of this one started, and hope to get it finished and posted soon.
- Reviews posted last week:
None. As I said, I have several underway, and hope to get them all posted during the week.
- Reading this week:
Mrs. Malory and Any Man's Death, by Hazel Holt (should finish this one later today).
The Family Man, by Elinor Lipman.
Continuing with The Library: An Illustrated History, by Stuart A.P. Murray.
Also continuing with The Magnificent Ambersons, by Booth Tarkington. This is turning out to be quite a long-term project. But I really am enjoying it, and do intend to finish it up one of these days.
- Next up:
A Fair Maiden, by Joyce Carol Oates. Found this at the library the other day and decided to take a look at it. It's recently published, though I hadn't heard anything about it. Haven't read that much JC Oates, but this one looks interesting (and short).