Weekend reads and feeling crappy...

Working from home today with a nasty little bug. Sunny today but we're facing more snow on Sunday.  (Hooray, said no one here.)

I'm reading A Snug Life Somewhere by Jan Shapin this weekend, and then I plan to start The Mapmaker's Daughter by Laurel Corona.

I've also finally caught up with 2010 and joined Instagram, where you can see I post an embarrassing amount of cat spam with a healthy heaping of book spam. Friend or follow (or whatever it is one does on Instagram) and I will in return!

What are you reading this weekend?

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  1. "(Hooray, said no one here.)" <--------THIS.

    Sorry you're feeling crappy.

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  2. I was totally stoked to see you on Instagram, and love the cat/knitting spam! That's what I'm all about. (Well, I would be, if we had a cat. My husband is wearing me down.) Hope you have a good weekend and feel better soon. Also, I'll think warm thoughts for us all . . . they're call for more snow here Monday. In March. Who totally angered the gods of winter this year?

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  3. I'm sorry you are not feeling well. I'm going to read an ARC copy of The Copper Witch.

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  4. It's predicted that it will hit -64 Celsius here with the windchill; yes, I'm from Saskatchewan Canada. And I'm hunkering down with Beautiful Lies by Clare Clark. And yes, I also want to know who angered the gods of winter this year?

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  5. My dad used to take a hot lemon drink with a generous slug of whiskey and disappear under the covers to sweat it out. Hope you are not feeling that bad. All is bound to improve when the snow stops and you can get outdoors. This weekend I am starting the most frivolous book I can find, French Women Don't Get Facelifts, to totally escape from "too much thinking about things"!

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