Hello readers! How were your weekends? It's been a long, interesting weekend here at the literary casa. Saturday was a long hard day when you feel like parenting is officially driving you insane because all you are doing is saying no and instituting time-outs. Yuck. Sunday was a wonderful day - the husband preached at a church and they hired him. (The process is more complicated than that, but you get the idea). So when he graduates in May, he will become the pastor of his first church. We are excited, nervous, and a lot of bit exhausted.
O.k. enough about us. More about the books!
Read This Week:
The House at Tyneford
By Natasha Solomons
A Novel Bookstore
By Laurence Cosse
The Secret History of the Mongol Queens
By Jack Weatherford
Posts from this week:
Wednesdays with David: Skid and the Too Tiny Tunnel
Reviews of Another Piece of My Heart
, No One Is Here Except All of Us
, and The House at Tyneford
By Esi Edugyan
By Heather Dixon
What did you read this week? Comment away!
I've got Half-Blood Blues on my "to be read" list. Hope you enjoy it.ReplyDelete
I just got started. It's interesting so far!Delete