Friday Reads 6/24/22
I woke up this morning and checked my email. There was an email reminding that the Beta Phi Mu Annual Meeting was today at 4:00. I laughed to myself. "Oops! That's tomorrow!" Then I had to think about it. Nope. Today is Friday. I've been off all day. But at least I remembered to do the Friday Reads.
Charlotte Bronte: A Fiery Heart by Claire Harman - I'm almost half way through this. It's very good. And even though it is dense and has a lot of words on the page, it reads pretty quickly.
Yuki Chan in Bronte Country by Mick Jackson - I have a conundrum. I have two books left on my TBR for June. They are both pretty small. And they both have a reason I don't want to read them next. For this one, it is 2 Bronte books in a row.
Wuhan Diary: Dispatches From the Original Epicenter by Fang Fang - The problem with this one is that it is nonfiction, and I don't typically love reading nonfiction back to back. I will probably read Yuki Chan first so I don't forget all that I learned in the first one. I have been wanting to read this since I heard about it. Also, it's a translated book which is a thing I have been meaning to read more of.
That will round out my June TBR and take us right up to the end of the month. I may or may not get it all finished, but I feel like I have done well this month reading the books I meant to read.