Still in the middle of very hectic November! Yesterday’s tea party book club meeting was a great success. As per usual I have plenty of leftover food to take for lunch the rest of the week. 🙂
Well, I didn’t quite finish my book club book in time for our meeting, haha, whoops! I have about an hour and a half left on the audio so I’ll be finishing up Weaveworld by Clive Barker (hopefully this morning!)
I’m also still working my way through How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen. There is some really great stories in this collection!
Next up in audio I’m continuing with The Dresden Files and have Changes by Jim Butcher on deck. Looking forward to this book because I’ve heard things.
If I get a chance then I’ll also be starting Windcatcher by A.J. Norfield. This is a review request that I’m a couple of weeks behind on, yikes! Looking forward to checking this one out and seeing what it’s all about. I probably won’t finish this one this week if I get a chance to start it, but wanted to add it to my list officially!
So, that’s my week in reading! I’m still doing NaNoWriMo and I’ll have another update on that Friday. What is everyone else’s reading plans for the week? Leave a note in the comments, I’d love to hear from you!
15 thoughts on “This Week in Reading: Finishing Up Some Things and Starting Others”
I’m glad to hear your tea party went well! I’m reading Abandoned and trying to finish it so I can get a review up Thursday. I’m just so slow😐
Somehow I managed to pull everything together in the nick of time, haha.
I’m actually a pretty slow reader myself except for some books, if it weren’t for audiobooks I would probably only read a book a week or less. Best of luck to you!
I’m curious about how to fracture a fairytale- that sounds interesting!
It’s got some really great shorts in it so far!
Oh man, CHANGES….I’m here if you need someone to lean on!
Hah! Thanks, appreciate it! 🙂
Glad to hear you’re tea party book club read a success even if you didn’t quite finish the book
Yeah, my husband made fun of me a bit for not finishing the book, but we still managed to have a good conversation about it lol. 🙂
Leftover food is always so helpful. Glad to hear the positivity around How to Facture a Fairy Tale, I’ve been pretty interested in it. Windcatcher looks pretty interesting! Have a great week!
Yeah, I really appreciate the leftovers because then I don’t have to scramble for lunches lol.
Thanks! You too!
What are my plans? Plans! Plans!! – I laugh in the face of plans. Actually I do have some plans for at least two books but we’ll see because at the moment I’m just throwing all caution to the wind and doing whatever comes naturally.
Enjoy your week.
I’m finding it tougher and tougher to stick to plans these days haha. Thanks, you too!
Glad the book club went well! And woot leftovers! 😀 I’m slowly going through Monster Baru Cormorant right now and it’s one of those books that require all of my attention, because it’s just so DENSE. Loving it, though. 😀
Thanks! Yeah, leftovers are great. 🙂
I haven’t read that series yet because I’ve heard it’s not….happy at the end of the first book. But Seth is great, he lurks on the fantasy forum and pops up now and then in threads.
Ahaha “not happy” is the best understatement. 😀 And I love his sense of humour!