It’s Monday, October 12th. What Are You Reading?


Happy GRE week, friends. What’s that? I’m the only one on Planet GRE? Thankfully, I just have three more days before I can put the test behind me. I’m bitter over having to take it again and I’m fairly sure I haven’t put in enough time studying, but here’s hoping I can pull out some sort of miracle.

I just finished both of last week’s books yesterday, so this week’s reading is perfectly fresh. I’m picking up a fabulous sounding piece of nonfiction by Piu Marie Eatwell called The Dead Duke, His Secret Wife, and the Missing Corpse: An Extraordinary Edwardian Case of Deception and Intrigue and Lori Ostlund’s After the Parade, which seems right up my alley.

The end of this week also means the return of Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon, which is always a favorite. It feels very odd not to be participating in the Readathon as more than a reader, but time is eating away at me lately and making so many things get cut short. I’m itching to get back to regular blog reading and commenting, too. Soon!

It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?