My March reading — as usual — didn’t shape up as I expected. I read three good books, but it took me a while to get into The Warden and I felt that The Invisible Woman was so similar to a previous read and I got a wee bit bored at times as a result. Expect a review of Francine Prose’s Reading Like a Writer some time this week.
On to April!
I have big ole reading plans for April. Readathon is the day before my birthday this year and I’ve asked Sam for an entire 24 hours of reading. All I ask for is the gift of time this year. I will be popping in for meals and cuddles with the kids, but the rest of the time I plan on spending out of the house and reading. The TBR I’m about to share doesn’t reflect my readathon books. I’ll probably add some graphic novels and YA selections before readathon time.
Dear Life: Stories by Alice Munro
Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood (I AM STARTING THIS TODAY SOHELPMEGOD)
The Alienist by Caleb Carr (and if I like it I may follow it up with the sequel, Angel of Darkness)
Life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead
Barchester Towers by Anthony Trollope
I’m pumped about April and ready to go!