Saturday, April 30, 2016

Not a Thing

I have nothing to post for today. Wait until tomorrow, though, because I'll have at least the start of the June Treasures in My Closet.

I was up too late on Thursday night with the Edgar Awards, and posting. Friday, I had friends over. We had Staff Institute at work, half day on Thursday, and a longer session on Friday. So, no reading time, and tiring days.

It's going to be a rainy weekend here, perfect for books, and cats. So, are you home reading something good, or is your weather perfect for spring?


8 comments:

Aubrey Hamilton said...

Day Two of Malice Domestic begins shortly with the Sisters in Crime business meeting and breakfast. For once I remembered to register for it and I will be leaving shortly for Bethesda, where the convention is being held.

Weather forecasts call for cloudy and cool, high 50s, with rain moving into night so indeed a good day for cats and books.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Our weather is more like October than Spring! We're expecting 50 degrees and heavy rain all day tomorrow. Brr.

I'm reading MURDER AT THE 42ND STREET LIBRARY and it was very cool to see Con Lehane acknowledging you in the front matter.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Aubrey, if you get the chance while you're there, walk down to Uncle Julio's Rio Grande Cafe on Bethesda Avenue for lunch or dinner. They have great homemade chips and tortillas and excellent steak fajitas.

Page said...

I'm reading They'll Call It Treason by Jordan Greene. It's an indie press and NC author

Beth Hoffman said...

It's pouring rain here, too. Kitties are curled up for a long snooze, and I hope to get a few solid pages written in my current novel. As for reading, I'm half way through THE ONE IN A MILLION BOY, and I'm loving it thus far. Happy weekend, Lesa!

Charlotte said...

I just finished Find Her by Lisa Gardner that I wrote about the other. It was a fast moving book and one I couldn't put down. I am going back to finish Ripe for Murder by CarLene O'Neil.
Weather report said we have a 30% chance of rain this afternoon.

Lesa said...

Aubrey, I love your report about Malice Domestic, weather and all! One of these years, I need to get there. I know I'd love it. Jeff, that acknowledgement was a great surprise. I had only seen ARCs, so hadn't seen the acknowledgement. Wasn't that nice of Con? Thank you everyone, for sharing weather and books. Now, enjoy reading for the rest of your weekend!

Carol N Wong said...

I am reading The Rejected Writer's Book Club by Suzanne Kelman. I am been feeling low lately so this book is just the ticket. I have been laughing so many times. The main character is a small town librarian,