It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme currently hosted by The Book Date. It’s a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week, and add to that ever-growing TBR stack.
I will be the first to admit that I did not give my blog a single thought over the past week. In fact, my only interactions with it were responding to comments and the two meme posts I do every week. Last week was supposed to be relatively uneventful, and I only had one thing on my weekend roster, but a lot of unexpected things kept cropping up so the second half of my week was me functioning on coffee and minimal sleep and driving around. A LOT. I cried in my car on Friday because of having been in traffic so long that day and so close to home, so there was that. Always a first time for everything.
Hmm, let’s see. I haven’t picked up a book in four days, but I did finish The Shore by Sara Taylor, which was excellent, Some Possible Solutions by Helen Phillips, which was a wonderfully weird collection of short stories, and Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach on audio, which was so fascinating, and I learnt so much.
On the roster this week:
So far, other than work, I don’t have much going on this week. I’m very excited for Jeremy McCarter’s reading at Women and Children’s First on Thursday, and will definitely be getting my copy of Hamiltome signed. As for the weekend, I am participating in a research project on Saturday, but other than that, I have the whole weekend to myself with no plans and it is going to be glorious. You can bet your bottom dollar I will be incorporating Shaina‘s chillafathon into my weekend. Maybe I’ll even finally get to Naz‘s “Diverse Book Tag” and post a review.
What have you guys been upto, books and otherwise?