It's a lazy Sunday here. I love the days when I can just cuddle with cats and enjoy books. What about you? What are you reading this weekend? I have a whole pile of books beside me, but I'm focused on three right now.
I'm finishing up Ann Cleeves' Dead Water. I really haven't had the time to give it the attention it deserves until now. I've always liked her Inspector Jimmy Perez. While he's in mourning, he's joined in this investigation in the Shetland Islands by Detective Inspector Willow Reeves. More in the next couple days.
I'm also reading Kristin Kimball's The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love. This is the first of four books we're featuring this summer at the library as part of our Summer Reading Program. And, our Central Library is planning a terrific program of music, sustainable living booths, and farm animals, for four hours on a Sunday in June to celebrate this book. I have to say, since I lived on a farm until I was five, and my grandfather farmed, it always surprises me when I hear that people are bringing their children so they can see a cow. Some city children have never seen a cow. I'm enjoying the book, and can't wait to attend the program on June 8th.
So, what are you reading this weekend? Is it for fun, or a combination of reasons? And, are you a multiple book at one time reader, as I am?