This is our last week before school starts up, so we will be fitting in a last round of play dates, library trips, and lazy afternoons in our little backyard pool. Then we have new sneakers to buy, along with a cartload of notesbooks, pencils, and glue sticks.
This week, I read The Appointment by Nobel Prize-winning author Herta Muller. Then I followed it up with MWF seeking BFF, a memoir about a woman looking for friends in Chicago.
I'm about 40% through Jonathan Edwards. It's a big biography, but I'm getting there. My other current read is Amy Snow, a novel about an abandoned baby taken in by a wealthy family. After that, I plan to read Madeleine L'Engle's Certain Women. L'Engle is one of my favorite authors and she has a large body of work that I am slowly but surely reading my way through.
What are you reading this week?