Today is my first hurricane day off of work ever and I’m hoping the weather doesn’t warrant it. As long as the electricity and, more importantly, the cable holds out, I will likely be spending the day catching up on Homeland and reading. If the electricity and cable do not hold out, I will just be reading. Speaking of reading…
I’ve been a reading machine. For the last month or so, I’ve managed to read a book per week and sometimes even more. I’m not sure if that means I’m not doing other things I should be doing, but I’m not questioning it.
This past weekend I finished Carol Rifka Brunt’s Tell The Wolves I’m Home, which is the current book club pick. I liked it… I think. I did find it to be a little childish, but the narrator is 14-years-old so it’s not entirely unexpected. I could usually predict more or less what would happen. Still, I felt emotionally invested and I may have teared up now and then.
I’ll be really interested to hear what the rest of the group has to say. And I will be sure to share the results here.