Saturday, July 12, 2014

Talk Amongst Yourself Day - What are You Reading?

I'm afraid it's a "Talk Amongst Yourself Day." I'm leaving for work early, and working all day for a Dome Theater program for kids and families. That means I won't be on the computer until I get home tonight. So, you'll have to talk amongst yourselves, and tell us all what you're reading.

I hope to finish Victoria Hamilton's Muffin But Murder tonight. The weekend seems short to me, with working on Saturday, and going to a high school musical tomorrow. Not enough down time to read. I hope you find some relaxing reading time this weekend.

So, what are you reading?

9 comments:

Nancy said...

You certainly are having a busy weekend, Lesa. I'm reading Grace Against the Clock by Julie Hyzy.

Page said...

I'm finishing up The House at the End of Hope Street by Meena van Praag.

Mark Baker said...

Your weekend sounds busy but fun, too.

I'm reading Drizzled with Death by Jessie Crockett. I can already tell I won't be getting in the reading time I wanted this weekend. It's Hallmark Ornament Premier this weekend after all, and I think I need to head back to the store.

Charlotte said...

Finished Supreme Justice by Max Allan Colliins and Final Jeopardy by Linda Fairstein. Reading Cold Hit by Linda Fairstein now.
Have a nice week end everyone.

Lesa said...

Good day, though! We had 282 people for the Dome Theater program. Pretty good! With great people to work with hosting the program. Hope everyone is enjoying their books, and the Hallmark Ornament Premier weekend. (That's for you, Mark!) Charlotte, it sounds as if you're enjoying Linda Fairstein. Great! Thanks for keeping the conversation going, everyone!

Charlotte said...

Hi Lesa ~ I checked out four of Linda Fairstein's book from the library. I haven't read any of her books in a while. I like reading one author's books at a time if I really like their writings. I might pause and slip another author in there in between books.

Margie Bunting said...

Four of the books I had on hold at the library came in at the same time! I'm starting with John Verdon's Peter Pan Must Die. I' be loved his three previous Dave Gurney mysteries.

Judy Stewart said...

I finished my second Marcus Sakey crime mystery. I think his books are too scary for me, and I don't find the characters sympathetic enough to care about. He writes very well; the books kept me in suspense.

Tracy G said...

I am about a third through the second Maggie Hope mystery, Princess Elizabeth's Spy written by Susan Elia Macneal. Loved the first one and am really enjoying this one.