I did manage to finish one book last week. I read Elizabeth Berg's What We Keep in one day -- something that's very unusual for me. Will try to get a short review up very soon.
This week -- if I can stay awake long enough -- I'm hoping to get back to the other books I've got going:
Crimson Shore, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
The Last September, by Nina de Gramont
In between naps, I've been engaging in one other bookish activity -- figuring out which new reading challenges I might want to sign up for in 2016. I've been keeping a list of likely (and a few unlikely) candidates (see the list here), but haven't made any final decisions yet. Probably won't until I've written some wrap-ups for my 2015 challenges.
But right now .... I think it's time for another little nap.
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Good that the pain is abating and you're getting your brain back! I've seen a few readers aiming for The Last September. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
Berg's writing really makes you feel and think.ReplyDelete
I hope you are feeling better soon. I have decided that 2016 is going to be a challenge-free year. By the time I read the books I get for review and the books on my stack that appeal to me, I am not eager to try to meet some other goal. This is what I read last week. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I hope you're back to your old self soon!ReplyDelete
I hope you are better soon.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed The Last September. I hope you do too.
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The look of that Elizabeth Berg novel is lovely - will have to find that one.ReplyDelete