The weather is turning cold, temperatures will be in the low 30’s next week, though so far we haven’t had a frost. We shut down the “winter valves” and the sprinkler system will be blown out this coming week.
Reading – Richard
I finished reading A Ghost of A Chance by Bill Crider, which I enjoyed a lot. If you haven’t read any Crider, or none recently, you should pick one up. I’m only partway through The Verge Practice by Barry Maitland. It’s slow going for some reason, though I’m enjoying it.
As I posted Saturday, more library books are flowing in, so the plan to read a bunch of short stories in November is on hold, as I read library books first. I never got around to the third Arthur Clarke novel in the series, so I put a hold on 2061, and it’s here. I also got a tween novel, The Penderwicks I decided to try after I saw it on a must read list.
Reading – Barbara
Barbara finished Lynda La Plante’s The Red Dahlia, which is second book in the series. She liked it, but says she’ll wait a while before reading another. She’s now reading the latest Charlie Parker mystery by favorite author John Connolly, The Wolf in Winter.
What are you reading?