The little girl and I are trying to settle into some semblance of a routine, but a normal schedule is a bit of a misnomer around here. September and October promise to be plenty busy, with a few weddings, trips, and a vacation thrown in the mix.
This week, I read Madeleine L'Engle's Certain Women. It's not my favorite of hers, but I am happily making my way through her entire collection of work. Then I read Smoke, which is a kind of alternate Victorian tale where two boys try to discover what makes poor people emit smoke when they sin and keeps the rich and powerful clean.
Now I'm reading Nadia Hashimi's newest novel A House Without Windows (it's really good) and then I'm going to read The Sun and Other Stars, since I really liked Pasulka's earlier book.
What are you reading this week?