it’s monday! what are you reading?

It’s Monday, what are you reading?—a weekly blog meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

I have BARELY read anything for a couple of weeks! I’m still stalled at about 35% through Black Mass by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill, and I fully admit to starting both Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff (only about 20 pages) and Slash by Slash with Anthony Bozza (again just about 20 pages in). I just can’t seem to concentrate on one book at a time at the moment. That doesn’t mean I’m not going to pick up a copy of Margaret Atwood’s The Heart Goes Last tomorrow! 😉

I had a busy weekend—my parents were visiting and we had a nice dinner out at Westside Local on Friday night, then City Market and the Plaza Art Fair on Saturday. This week is going to be nuts too—tonight is the Chiefs at Packers on Monday Night Football (go pack!), tomorrow and thursday I have orchestra rehearsals, Wednesday night Nick comes home from his month-long residency (yay!), and this weekend will be full of work/alma mater activities. I’m already tired just thinking about it, but it’ll be lots of fun too.

What are you reading this week?

4 thoughts on “it’s monday! what are you reading?

  1. I’ll be curious hear what you think of the Atwood book. I just finished and reviewed Station Eleven and loved it. Wow what a great book! Give it a go

    • I just put a hold on it at my local library… I was going to buy it but after seeing some tempered reviews online I opted for library this time. I’m expecting weirdness, but hopefully it’ll be the good kind!

      I’ve had a copy of Station Eleven forever… I want to get to it by the end of 2015.

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