Weekend reads and ....


I'm juggling a few books this weekend, trying to find the right fit: there's the sci fi speculative Sleeping Giants; The Dark Lady's Mask by Mary Sharratt, a favorite author on a favorite historical figure; and a YA non-fiction book about an early suffrage campaigner, Clarina Nichols (a nice follow up to my read about Victoria Woodhull!).

Stranger weather in Boston: 70ish and violently windy today, with a chance of snow this weekend. Lots of running around so I will have to work to find time to read -- and I need to, as I've been reading more this week than I have in a while, and it feels fab. I even kicked out a review without angsting over it, so victory!

What are you reading this weekend?

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  1. The weather has been very odd here this spring. We'll have the air on one day and the heat on the next. I've got a couple books going now too, which is odd for me.

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  2. The weather is nice here, breezy and 70. We celebrate rain since it is so dry. I am reading Dust by Martha Grimes and the fourth Tottie Limejuice humorous memoir.

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  3. How are you liking Sleeping Giants? I hear wonderful things about it!

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  4. We had similar weather, but no snow...it just got really cold really fast and the wind churned up just as quickly -- within a few hours. It was crazy. I'm reading a bunch of poetry as many may have guessed with National Poetry Month here, but there will still be other books featured this month. Other than that, we're just taking home life day by day.

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  5. Dear Audra, thanks so much for reading The Dark's Lady's Mask! I hope you enjoy it! Also hope you get some nice weather to soak up the spring rays.

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  6. Dear Audra, thanks so much for reading The Dark's Lady's Mask! I hope you enjoy it! Also hope you get some nice weather to soak up the spring rays.

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  7. It is supposed to rain today after being 90 something yesterday. I hope your weather will make way for spring soon--or rather that the spring weather will stay for awhile. I have Sleeping Giants on my TBR pile to read. I hope you are enjoying it. I am not familiar with The Dark Lady's Mask, but it does sound fascinating! The non-fiction book you mention also sounds good. I just finished reading Terrible Virtue by Ellen Feldman. The one book I've been dying to read for awhile is being put on the back burner. I'm more in the mood for another historical novel. I hope you are enjoying your week!

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