Weekend reads and almost unpacked...

I'm not so unpacked I feel like I can share apartment shots yet (at least, not wide views) but I've posted a few heavily filtered closeups on my Instagram.  But once the boxes are out, I plan to share a shot of the bookshelves -- we went from five bookshelves, double stacked, to just two!!  And even then, there are few enough books I can stage stuff all artsy-like, as if from a magazine!

I'm still figuring out my new commute but have happily gotten back into reading (whew!).  (But I still need to catch up on my backlog of reviews!)

This weekend, I'm reading Janice Law's Moon Over Tangier, the third novel featuring 20th century painter Francis Bacon. (I uh-dore these books; see my reviews for Fires of London and The Prisoner of the Riviera.) Of course, I'm facing boxes and the inevitable post-move clean up, but it's worth it: our new place is cute and free of hateful landlords!

What are you reading this weekend?

Comments

  1. It has to be a relief to have a lot of the unpacking done!

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  2. Glad to hear your unpacking is moving along! Not to sound like a broken record, but I am still unearthing boxes from June -- and edging ever-closer to getting our bookcases put back up. I can't wait to see my books again!

    This weekend I'm still working through Jean Kwok's Mambo In Chinatown and just started a Sarah Dessen audio -- What Happened To Goodbye -- for my commute. Nice, easy listening.

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  3. I can't wait to see your bookshelves! I hope you have a great weekend!

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  4. Yay for unpacking and settling in. I could just about live out of boxes as long as my books were surrounding me.

    I'm wading through about five books right now, with no particular stand out just yet.

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  5. Any way you look at it moving is hard, hard, hard. You sound like you are coping pretty well - hope you are feeling OK. No heavy lifting.

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  6. Glad to hear you're getting settled in and setting up your bookcases. I just moved in the spring and it took a long time to get back to normal around here. Enjoy your reading this week.

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  7. Great! It's good to see an end to the packing and unpacking! Love the artsy arrangement with Moby Dick!

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  8. You have made great progress! Wow; Have a great rest of the weekend.

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