Friday Reads 3/5/21
Well, here we are. I've been trying to read at least an hour a day. And so far, I've finished 2 books and started 2 more. I realized today that I have a couple of books from the library that have people waiting for them, so I'm going to try to focus on those after I finish what I'm currently working on for the award.
Separate No More by Lawrence Goldstone - If this was any harder to read, I'd probably abandon it. It's not really keeping my attention, but I'm forcing myself to finish it so I can vote on it in the meetings. It has pretty big print, so it reads quickly and it has less than 300 pages.
Villette by Charlotte Bronte - I haven't got very far, but I'm surprised by how much I remember of this book. I feel like I read it in high school. I don't think I've read it since, but I remember quite a bit of what it happening. I'm just kind of picking this up when I feel like it. No rush.
Every Single Lie by Rachel Vincent - This is the one about the girl who finds a dead baby in the school locker room and rumors fly that it's hers. I don't know how they think that works, but I'll find out. This is one with a hard due date.
Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant - Another book that has a due date here. This is a much lighter story about a girl trying to write a romance novel and her friends are trying to set her up to give her inspiration.
That's a good goal for a week, right? I'm not planning to finish Villette this week. So that's three books plus a little. Not too shabby. Hopefully, my hour a week reading will continue to allow me to plow through the books.