|"Reading on the Terrace" by Paul Gustave Fischer|
I haven't been posting Monday updates for the last few weeks. Actually, I haven't been doing any blog posts at all for a while now, mainly because I haven't been getting much reading done. This summer has been a really bad one for allergies around here (at least it's been a bitch for MY allergies), and I've been filling myself full of antihistamines and decongestants, which of course means LOTS of napping, and not much reading or anything else. Never thought I'd hear myself say this, but I really wish it would RAIN and wash some of this pollen or mold or whatever it is OUTTA HERE!
So, anyway. That's my excuse for not being around lately. But last week, I did manage to finish a couple of books:
The Book of Secrets, by Elizabeth Joy Arnold. Took me a while to get through this one, but not because it wasn't a good read. I actually liked parts of it quite a bit. Hope to have a review up this week.
Bunnicula, by Deborah and James Howe. One of the classic children's books I planned to read this year. And now I'm wondering why it took me so long to get to this great little book.
And this week I'm reading:
Time Will Tell, by Donald Greig. An Early Reviewer book from Library Thing, so I need to get it finished asap.
The Asylum, by John Harwood. A little something for the RIP/VIII reading event/challenge.
And that's it. Good to be back, at least for the moment. Happy reading, everyone!
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