Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Notes in the Margin

The long weekend was very conducive to reading!  I finished THE SEASON OF SECOND CHANCES by Diane Meier and I am almost finished with THE MARROWBONE MARBLE COMPANY by M. Glenn Taylor.  Next, I'll be reading THE MAP OF TRUE PLACES by Brunonia Barry and A VISIT FROM THE GOON SQUAD by Jennifer Egan. There are also books waiting for me at the public library if I can just find time to go pick them up.

The weather is finally starting to turn and I am ready to head outdoors.  I am hoping for lots of time with my family, lots of good reading and a few good movies.

Are there any books you are looking forward to reading this summer?


Gary said...

You're a busy reader, as always! As I slog ever so slowly through Ulysses, I'm reading "The Elephant Vanishes" by Japanese author Haruki Murakami. It's too early to make a meaningful comment on it, but I'm enjoying it thus far. Also want to finish our joint reading project "An Altar in the World."

Literary Feline said...

Oo! I'm really curious to know what you think of Barry's book once you get to it-so hurry up! LOL

I'm hoping to spend a little time catching up on a few of the series I've fallen behind on in the coming months. I'm not sure how successful I'll be but we'll see . . .

Have a good reading month!