Friday Reads 5/26/17
Hello, Friday! This would be a spectacularly fabulous 3-day weekend, except it's not. I have to work Sunday afternoon. And I still have class Monday night. It's okay though. On Saturday I'm having a massage and a lunch with a friend, so I will be packing a whole weekend into one day. I may have to spend Monday doing all the homework I won't do on Saturday. Hee!
But anyway, if I get a chance to read anything besides textbooks, I can't decide what to pick up!
Spoiler alert, I have finished almost everything on my May TBR. The only thing left is NeuroTribes, which isn't going to get finished this month regardless of how much time I read. I have stacks and stacks of books to read and I keep getting more and more. The struggle is real, people. The struggle is real.
Anyway, here are some books I might think about reading. I have many to choose from. It just depends on how I'm feeling at the time.
Brain on Fire: My Year of Madness by Susannah Cahalan - This book is sitting on my shelf, but today a guy came in the library and said he's about to finish it and it is fantastic. That might get moved up the list.
White Trash: The 400 Year Untold History of Class in America by Nancy Isenberg - You know how I feel about sociological books. I get all wiggly. This one sounds amazing. And I got it at Barnes and Noble last weekend.
Still Life by Louise Penny - I should consider adding some fiction to this list, and I really want to start this series. You know, to go along with all the other mystery series I have started but not finished.
Okay. I'm getting overwhelmed by the vast number of possible books. I'm gonna have to keep it at that for now. Probably I won't read these at all, and I'll pick something completely different.
What will you be reading this week?