What are you reading now?Funny you should ask. Tuesday, I started reading Peony in Love by Lisa See (2008) that I borrowed from my roommate. That same day, I came home from the bookstore with Adam & Eve by Sena Jeter Naslund (2010), so I put aside the first book because this one looked so intriguing. Wednesday (yesterday), I picked up Abundance: A Novel of Marie Antoinette by Sena Jeter Naslund (2006), that was on hold for me at my library and also brought home Can't Wait to Get to Heaven by Fannie Flagg (2006) that I found among the bargain books -- well, I couldn't just not GET it, could I? Four books in two days? Yep, but I really want to keep reading Adam & Eve, that I wrote about here.
Would you recommend it?
And what’s next?
Thursday, September 8, 2011
BTT (#11) ~ Queue
I don't think of my books as being in queues, but that's our assignment for this week's Booking Through Thursday.
Would I recommend it? Yes, so far I would definitely recommend it. What's next? I'll go back to Peony in Love, since I got 28 pages into it on Tuesday (and since it is borrowed from a friend). That will be followed by Can't Wait to Get to Heaven because I "can't wait" to enjoy Fannie Flagg's humor again. Then I'd better read that library book: Abundance: A Novel of Marie Antoinette, that I wrote about here.
Being an overachiever (can't you tell?), that's twice as many titles in the queue as we were asked for. To top that, I'm also reading two or three (or four?) nonfiction books that I'll continue to plug away at until I finish them.