Sunday, February 28, 2016

It's Monday and we are coming up for air

I am tentatively saying that everyone in my house is healthy for the first time in months. I am slowly digging us out  and doing things like cleaning out my inbox and doing some cleaning/sorting/donating. Hooray!

I am feeling pretty accomplished this week, friends, at least reading-wise. I read the wonderful Flight of Dreams, wrapped up Headstrong, and finally finished the behemoth that is Alexander Hamilton. And then this weekend I read Dorothy Must Die, which had been hanging out on my shelves for a while. 

         Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science-and the World Alexander Hamilton 
         Flight of Dreams Dorothy Must Die (Dorothy Must Die, #1)

I didn't get to post quite as much as I hoped for this week, but I did have mini-reviews of Wildflower and Big Magic. I also did my last posts for the Headstrong and Hamilton readalongs.

This week, I am excited to read Mr. Splitfoot and 13 Ways of Looking At A Fat Girl.

                    Mr. Splitfoot   13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl      

What are you reading this week?



  1. Enjoy your books. Have a nice week.

    Theresa (The Truth About Books)
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  2. Wasn't Flight of Dreams good! So well researched. Nice to know all well - hope that is still the case. Very satisfying to get some tidying and cleaning done.

  3. Phew, glad to hear everyone is getting healthy! It really does feel like coming out from a big cloud. And congrats on finishing A HAM! That's a pretty huge accomplishment.

  4. So happy to hear that everyone is doing good. :) Have a great week ahead!

    I am currently reading 'Keep Me Posted' by Lisa Beazley. It seems fun.

  5. Oh Alexander Hamilton! I'm listening to it right now but, thanks to a tech snafu when I upgraded my phone, it erased my bookmark and now I have to start all over. I'm hoping to finish it sometime before 2020!

  6. BBAW made me think that Mr. Splitfoot is something I need to read right quick... Aaaaaaaaaaand my library only has it in a physical book which is so much less convenient than a digital download. Le sigh.

  7. I didn't manage to get to Flight of Dreams last month, but it's still on my to-read pile. It sounds like a good one!