Weekend reads and surprise! More Snow!


Yay, more snow!

After friends told me I was more of a pessimist than an optimist, I've been trying to be more optimistic about things.

So, despite this crazy snow thing that no one anticipated, I'm super happy that I can do more reading rather than going out-ing. I'm going to be starting Children of Liberty: A Novel by Paullina Simons and finishing up The Cross and the Dragon by Kim Rendfeld.

What are you reading this weekend?

Comments

  1. Sounds like a fun weekend! I liked "The Cross and the Dragon".

    I am hoping to finish up "Oleanna" this weekend. :)

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  2. I'm super happy we're having spring like weather - maybe I'll read outside this weekend. I'm reading Wedding Dogs by Katie Preston Toepfer and Sam Stall.

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    1. So envious of the weather -- and the read!

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  3. I'm visiting friends in Dallas, so I'm going to start the John LeCarre audiobooks. Tinker, Tailor, Solder, Spy. I've heard good things, and it should last me the trip up. I've got the sequel for the trip back. :)

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    1. Can't wait to see what you think -- it's on my TBR and I might wiggle it onto my Classics Club TBR...

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  4. Children of Liberty is supposed to be very good! I don't envy you the snow, it's just starting to get a bit warmer here and I'm very glad.

    I'm going to be reading A Feast for Crows, book #4 of A Song of Ice and Fire, this weekend. I'm about 200 pages in and loving it.

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    1. So typical Boston -- everyone still talks about the April Fool's Day blizzard so we're not out of the woods -- not until July, sometimes!

      Enjoy your read -- that series is addicting from what I hear!!

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  5. I have that same coffee mug... but alas, no snow. Children of Liberty looks really interesting!

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