Welcome to a new week, my friends. How is everyone?
I got a little bogged down with reading The New York Trilogy this week. The three stories contained in the book are connected. I had to balance my desire to take some time in between them and the necessity to read them quickly to keep the connection strong.
I also started listening to an audiobook this week, which I have not done in a long time. With a little guy around the house, it's tough for me to put on a story when I don't know if there is anything inappropriate for young ears. I drove a few hours to visit my best friend this weekend, so I was able to start listening to Songs for the Missing by Stewart O'Nan. I'm not sure when I will find time in an kid-free house to listen to the rest of the story, but I will do my best!
Read This Week:
The New York Trilogy
By Paul Auster
Loving the Little Years
By Rachel Jankovic
Posts from this Past Week:
Top Ten Tuesday - Summer TBR List
Wednesdays with David: Friends Forever
Reviews of The World's Strongest Librarian and All That Is
Songs for the Missing
By Stewart O'Nan
By Helen Dunmore
By Meg Wolitzer
What are you reading this week?