Monday morning - ready to start a new week! We had a pretty low-key weekend, with everyone at home and not a lot going on. I really enjoyed having my college-aged son home for the day, and I cooked a lot this weekend. And we read:
- I tried - I really did! - to read this month's selection for my neighborhood book group, The Death of Artemio Cruz by Carlos Fuentes, but I only got about halfway through the book by our meeting Wednesday night, and I just gave up on it after that! A very difficult read.
- With relief, I turned to my other book group's selection for this month, Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks. I have wanted to read this novel for ages, since Brooks is one of my all-time favorite authors, and I am loving it so far.
- I am still listening to Young Fredle by Cynthia Voight, an award-winning middle-grade audio book. It is very good, but slow going for me since my son took the car with the CD player to school with him!
- My husband, Ken, is reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. He said it started slowly, with main characters that weren't very likable, but last night he said he'd gotten to the point where he didn't want to put it down!
- Jamie, 18, has still barely started The Maze Runner by James Dashner. He says he hasn't had much time to read during these first weeks of college!
What are you and your family reading this week?
(What are you reading Monday is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, with a kid/teen version hosted at Teach Mentor Texts.)