It’s another Monday (funny how they keep showing up) and I’m back to share what I’m reading now as part of a meme from Sheila at Book Journey. When we met last week there seemed to be a general malaise about good books and reading so I’m hoping things a little peppier for you all. I’m not un-slumped yet except for The Undertaker’s Daughter which I finished this past weekend and really liked. A review should follow later in the week. I also finished I Think You’re Totally Wrong and hope I can get my thoughts to coalesce enough to write something about it. I just don’t read much male-centric non-fiction and so found it hard to stay focused on a book that is nothing but a dialogue between two middle-aged men. I mean, nothing against middle-aged men (I’m married to one) but, well…yes, this need more thought.
Here’s what’s happening this week:
The Rabbit Back Literature Society: this is either going to be really good or make me really mad because a title this wacky can only go one of those two ways.
The Shock of the Fall: this showed up unannounced and is a paperback release but I’m taking a chance on it.
The Deep: I liked Nick Cutter’s first book The Troop– in all its goopy horror so when I had an opportunity to get an e-copy of this one I said yes. Daytime reading only, I don’t do scary at night.