Reading – Richard
Reading? What reading? Seems like all I’ve done in the last week is watch football and eat. The weather has gotten steadily colder, just 24 when we got up this morning, and we had our first snow yesterday, though it didn’t stick.
Though I did finish two collections, mostly my short story reading plan got sunk by library books and distractions. One of those distractions was Brian Payton’s WWII novel The Wind Is Not A River, which is written in the present tense. It was a struggle, and I couldn’t finish it.
I’ve just started another book from the library, Son’s of Sparta by Jeffrey Siger. I have two more library books waiting to be picked up. Heaven knows when I’ll get back to the short stories.
Reading – Barbara
Barbara finished Conspiracies by F. Paul Wilson, the third Repairman Jack novel, and she read Son’s of Sparta by Jeffrey Siger. She won’t say anything about it because I’m reading it now, but I’m pretty sure she liked it. She’s now reading Deadline by John Sandford.
What are you reading?