Friday Reads 1/18/19
We are hoping for snow this Saturday. Perfect reading time! I mean, I also need to do some cleaning, but there will be plenty of reading time, too. I don't think I have other plans for Saturday. Sunday I have to work and do dance and bells. But hey! I'm off on Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Long weekend, sort of.
The Library Book by Susan Orlean - I am hoping to finish this book up this weekend. I'm halfway through it. I read a quarter of it in an hour the other day, so I think it's a doable goal.
Mrs. Astor Regrets: The Hidden Betrayals of a Family Beyond Reproach by Meryl Gordon - If I finish the other one before I go back to work, I'll start this one. It's been on my shelves for 5 years. Also, there is a new book out called What Would Mrs. Astor Do? so I'm reading this one in preparation.
I managed to read most of my fiction books first, so now I'm left with a bunch of non-fiction from my TBR and one fiction book. Normally, this would be fine. But I'm feeling the fiction itch right now. We'll see how this plays out.
What are you reading this weekend?