Hey, it's a new month and a new week! Now if it'd only be nice enough outside to maybe venture out occasionally it'd be a happy ending all way round! I swear I've never been this cold...brrrr. Check out what others are reading here.
This time of year my reading usually slows, not increases, again blame the weather and my anxious gardening fingers need something to do, so, why not turn pages instead I say.
I just finished:
Angelology by Danielle Trussoni.
Excellent haunting, brooding sort of book.
Sunshine by Robin McKinley
A fun vampire read where the vampires aren't really that nice., or attractive. Holy cow they were actually scary! What a concept.
We discussed The Help by Kathryn Stockett at book club. Another excellent book that took me back to a time period we must never forget.
I'm currently reading:
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski
I'm liking this one more than I thought I would, and I saw the end of Hamlet the other night on PBS. The cornucopia of death scene. Got the tragedical juices flowing anyway. Can't wait for that to happen here...I guess..
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Graham-Smith
I liked his P&P&Z version, and this one is supposed to be better. Real photos this time! At least, they look real. Those damn vampires..
Abigail Adams by Woody Holton
In case you didn't know, Abigail was a 1776 feminist! There's Joan of Arc, then there's her.
Women and Authority: Re-emerging Mormon Feminism edited my Maxine Hanks
Stephanie and I are reviewing and leading discussions on these essays for a friend of ours who has a blog feministMormonhousewives. We're only just starting. It will probably be a summer long project.
So what are you reading? And, how do you keep your hands warm after they develop the pallor of a corpse? Just wonderin'.