Another quiet week of reading, with no screaming or rushing about. I start a new book every day, and I finish one every other day or so. No problems there, right?
And Falling, Fly, Skyler White. Haven't made much progress, but so far I like the human more than the vampire. Go figure.
The Prisoner, Carlos Cortez. They got back into sewage! Help.
How To Teach Physics To Your Dog, Chad Orzel.
Pioneer Woman Cooks, Ree Drummand. I'm paused on a recipe I hope I cook this week. I hate cooking, so we'll see.
Enchanted Glass, Diana Wynne Jones. I mostly hold it and smell it. I'm a bit scared to read it, because then it will be done. I do love me my DWJ.
Olivia Kidney and the Exit Academy. Book two, which means it's for a challenge I keep meaning to sign up for.
Wishing For Tomorrow, Hilary McKay. Sequel to Little Princessl, so either really good or awful.
Hanging Out with Cici, by Fancine Pascal. For Shelf Discovery
One last list: Books I Have Finished This Week.
Scorpia, Anthony Horowitz . Alex Rider joins the bad guys!
Ark Angel, Anthony Horowitz. Alex Rider and the Space Hotel!
Your Inner Fish, Neil Shubin. Paleontologist looks at what fossils say about you. Well, about me.
Heart of a Shepherd, Rosanne Perry. Powerful book about a boy with a deployed army father on a ranch.
Rain Is Not My Indian Name, Cynthia Leitich Smith. Boy dies, girl lives with sadness, but good.
Cheek By Jowl, Ursula LeGuin. Essays about fantasy literature with a strong love of good writing and language.
The complete Miles Vorkosigan series, but skipping around and concentrating on the good parts (which doesn't actually save much time; the good bits are packed tightly). Thanks again for some great books, Lois McMasterBujold.