Happy Sunday, everyone! After last weekend’s sunshine and warm weather, this past week has gone back to being everything familiar about Sacramento in January- heavy fog and rain. It pretty much gives me the perfect excuse to curl up in bed or on the couch and veg. Yesterday while my roommate was at work, it was movie day, as I watched Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day and An Education (both of which I liked very much). Today, it’ll be books, specifically Twenty Boy Summer, The Secret History, and Pale Rose of England.
It’s been a pretty busy week, both in real life and on the blog. For the first time in I don’t know how long, I posted 2 reviews this week. I am going to try to keep to that schedule, reviewing two books a week, but we will see how that goes. I finished The Orchid Affair, which I think is the best book so far in the Pink Carnation series (I’ll be reviewing it later this week). And in real life, work was as hectic as it’s ever been. I don’t talk about my job too much, beyond basic grousing about working too much (which I do), but there are some pretty big changes coming up for me in my professional life, so I’ve been working on that as well.
I am still looking for William Faulkner recommendations. Right now it’s looking like it will either be As I Lay Dying or Light in August. Anyone have any further, non-Sound and the Fury recommendations? Or reasons why I should read one over the other? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Have a great Sunday afternoon and evening, everyone!