Friday Reads 3/3/2023
March is here. I previously mentioned that this is Massive Book March. I am in fact currently reading 2 massive books. I am also reading some not so massive books. I am all over the place. You'll see.
Roses by Leila Meacham - I've been reading this forever. I read a couple of chapters here and there when I'm in the mood. It's pretty melodramatic. It's over 600 pages long.
House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas - This is the real honker. Over 800 pages. I've read almost 100 pages. It's interesting. I still don't know what's happening, but I like it.
Africa is Not A Country: Notes on a Bright Continent by Dipo Faloyin - I've read the first chapter or two. I like the writing. The author is Nigerian. It's only 400 pages, but I needed a nonfiction and this is for my work reading goal.
SpyxFamily Vol. 3 by Tatsuya Endo - This has a hold list of people waiting for it, so I should probably spend an hour knocking this out so I can return it.
Perestroika in Paris by Jane Smiley - If I feel the need for something light and fun, I'll pick this up, finally.
What are you reading this weekend?