It’s Monday — What Are You Reading?



It’s Monday — time for What are You Reading, a meme hosted by Sheila to let us all know what other booklovers have read and are about to read.

I was suffering through a bad cold last week, unfortunately not bad enough to keep me home from work but enough to keep me home from one of my book group meetings :-(.  I did catch up on some reading though, because that’s all I seemed to have the energy for.

Books finished last week:     Crime and Punishment, for my Classics book group
                                           Small Island by Andrea Levy (a re-read, and a wonderful wonderful book)
                                           Between Here and April by Deborah Copaken Kogan, for my book group discussion next week
                                           Tinkers by Paul Harding (see my thoughts here)
Books to read this week:      The Murder of Roger Ackroyd and Murder on the Orient Express, both by Agatha Christie, for an upcoming Classics Circuit post
                                            Beatrice and Virgil, by Yann Martel – I’m very excited to read this; I’ve seen opinions on both sides of the spectrum about this book.
                                            This Book is Overdue!  How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All by Marilyn Johnson – a celebration of librarians.
                                           And I should have time to get to at least one or two more on the to-read pile…..

What are you reading this week?

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