Well, after all the record-breaking heat here on the east coast last week, I guess we can definitely say summer is here to stay. And all that hot weather has made me really lazy when it comes to reading and blogging. Not getting much done. Only finished one book last week, and didn't get any reviews posted. But I did get all the rest of my summer clothing out of storage, so I don't feel too absolutely slothful (storage problems – one of the nagging issues of apartment living).
So, here's how things stack up this week:
- Finished last week:
Noah's Compass, by Anne Tyler (I really enjoyed this one, and hope to get my review up today or tomorrow.)
- Reviews posted:
None (that's none)
- Reading this week:
The Good Psychologist, by Noam Shpancer (This is an Early Reviewer book from Library Thing. A little strange, but I'm enjoying it so far.)
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, by Alan Bradley (I'm loving this one. Started it last week, and intend to get back to it as soon as I get the Shpancer book out of the way.)
- Next up:
Haven't decided yet. We'll be heading to the beach at the end of the week, and I usually read whodunits on vacation. So I'm thinking maybe another Mrs. Murphy mystery (by Rita Mae Brown), or something with a seaside theme. Any suggestions?