reading forecast

The Reading Forecast

Ah Monday, a fresh week, new possibilities, new books. But first a look back at what I read the week past:

  1. The Glasswright’s Apprentice – Mindy Klasky
    This one is going into the list of high fantasy with female heroines. I liked it a lot and was sad that my library didn’t have the second one but managed to find a secondhand copy from betterworldbooks. Let’s hope it arrives soon.
  2. A Butterfly is Patient – Diana Hutts Aston
  3. Clover’s Luck – Kallie George
  4. Egg and Spoon – Gregory Maguire
    Totally amazing. Deserves all the superlatives.
  5. How a Mother Weaned Her Girl from Fairy Tales – Kate Bernheimer
    It was okay.
  6. Rude Cakes – Rowboat Watkins
  7. Wild Feelings – David Milgrim
  8. Won Ton and Chopstick – Lee Wardlaw
  9. Interstellar Cinderella – Deborah Underwood
  10. What James Said – Liz Rosenberg

I am currently reading:

  1. Prince of Dogs by Kate Elliott
    I’m about 363 pages (out of 612) in and hope to be done with it by Tuesday. Fingers crossed.
  2. 1984 by George Orwell
    I’m not much of an Orwell or a Dystopian fan so I haven’t read much of this apart from the 28 pages I read initially. I hope to get at least a 100 pages read this week. We’ll see.

I plan on reading:

  1. Owl and the Japanese Circus by Kristi Charish
    I’ve actually already started this and am 66 pages in. It’ll be a fast and hopefully consistently fun read.
  2. Mother Ocean, Daughter Sea by Diana Marcellas
  3. Amulet vol 6 by Kazu Kibuishi
  4. Finding Serendipity by Angelica Banks

Fun reading times ahead for me. Have you read any of these books?

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