I turned 40 on Monday, watched my two godson’s, went school shopping for my own four children, picked up Eldest Son’s senior picture proofs (now that made me feel my full 40 years) and am packing and cleaning for the Holiday weekend.
I’m guessing next week’s blog will be sporadic at best, as our kids start school on Tuesday, I have a meeting on Wednesday, football starts Thursday and I’m flying out to visit my Big Sister for my birthday present. (Thanks you, incredibly awesome Dear Hubby!)
Also, my computer has been acting its age–who knew it wouldn’t make it out of toddlerhood?!?!?–and throwing temper tantrums. Needless to say, I’ve been reading more than writing lately.
So what have I read:
POSSESSION by Elana Johnson: great, dystopian YA
GERMS, GENES AND CIVILIZATION: don’t ask. My Big Sister ordered it on Kindle and since we share accounts I ran across this monster of a science book…and got hooked. Who knew the ologies could be so fun?
Pete Morin’s short stories: UNEASY LIVING. Run, don’t walk to find this anthology. I love his wit and charm and the way his stories really make me think.
Also just finished THE DARK AND HOLLOW PLACES, another YA, though this is the third in Carrie Ryan’s trilogy. Lovely writing, though a bit of a downer before you get the pick-me-up at the end. But, of course, you say. It’s a post apocalyptic novel…
Next on the list: THE PRAIRIE GRASS MURDERS by Patricia Stoltey.
And that’s a wrap.
Hugs to all!