Friday, February 20, 2015

What Are You Reading?

I drove to St. Louis yesterday for a concert, and home today, so I didn't have time to finish my book. I'm reading Lucy Arlington's Played by the Book, the latest Novel Idea Mystery. It's a fun series about a literary agent in a small North Carolina town.

Since I'll be on the road early today, and home later, I won't be around in the morning. So, feel free to talk amongst yourselves. Tell us all what you're reading, please. What are you settling in to read on a cold winter weekend?

12 comments:

Bill Crider said...

I'm reading J. K. Rowling's latest, THE SILKWORM.

Kay said...

I almost through with Jane Casey's second Maeve Kerrigan book, THE RECKONING. Have totally enjoyed it. Thinking about what might come next. So many books...

Margie Bunting said...

I just finished The Paper Magician by Charlie Holmberg, which I got for free on the Kindle and absolutely loved--the second in the trilogy is already out. Currently I'm reading John Cleese's memoir, "So, Anyway." I notice that I've slowed down my usual reading pace because I want to savor every word--he is such an engaging writer.

Karen Reittinger said...

I'm reading The Body Snatchers Affair by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini. I love the setting and time period.

Page said...

I'm reading The King's Deception by Steve Berry and an ARC of Gretchen Rubin's Better than Before

SandyG265 said...

I'm gettingready to start Fry Another Day by J.J. Cook.

Lesa said...

I love to see what everyone is reading! Thanks for responding while I was driving back from St. Louis! Looks like we're all going to have lousy weather this weekend. More reading time!

Reine said...

I'm giving Outlander another try. I still find myself getting bogged down in the sex scenes in mountain passes. It seems that everyone I know loves the book, so unless someone here tells me it's just sex in the mountains forever… .

Reine said...

Bill, I love Silkworm.

Carol N Wong said...

Reine, that makes me want to skip Outlander! I am reading Roux of Revenge by Connie Asher, set in Vermont and Next to Love by Ellen Feldman. I have had Next to Love on the shelf for four years. Good story so far so I am glad that I am reading it.

Lesa said...

OH, funny, Reine! I couldn't say. I bogged down earlier than that.

Lesa said...

Carol, I hope Next to Love was good all the way, through.