Well, Thursday night saw the end of college football season, the most wonderful time of the year, and while I'm sad, I'm also looking forward to having more reading time on Saturdays again.
After discovering author Lisa Tucker and reading (and loving) Once Upon a Day (review here), I started her latest, The Cure for Modern Life, but I couldn't finish it for some reason. It just didn't appeal to me as much.
I also named my top five books of the year in this week's Booking Through Thursday post (here).
I feel like I'm in a reading holding pattern of sorts. There are tons of great books scheduled for release in the next few months, and my library hold list is huge, but nothing is out right now, and it's killing me. I'm ready for stacks of books in my house again!
In the meantime, I've picked up We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver. I read and enjoyed The Post-Birthday World, so I figured I'd give this one a shot. If you've read it, let me know what you thought.
Hope everyone is having a great reading weekend!
Update: I am LOVING this book!