I mentioned not too long ago that I tend to read more when I feel crummy, and it looks like this past week was no exception. Even with time spent in front of the TV watching movies, Netflix (Top of the Lake), and letting my husband rope me into Rocket League, I couldn’t motivate myself to do much else but read. I don’t know why, especially when it was such a gorgeous (read: not as humid) weekend, but I hope that settling back into the routine of work will make this a short-lived funk.
I gobbled up Kent Haruf’s wonderful final book, Our Souls at Night before reading Sea Lovers, a short story collection by Valerie Martin, and All That Followed by Gabriel Urza. Right now, I’m head over heels in love with the writing in Kathleen Alcott’s Infinite Home and just getting started with The Incarnations by Susan Barker.
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