- I'm continuing with Joshua Henkin's Matrimony, which I'm enjoying;
- I have to catch up on my Shojo Beat addiction; the July issue is still sitting in my incoming-mail bin!
- I'm reading David Sedaris's new book one essay at a time and it's lots of fun;
- and I'm deeply engrossed in Imre Kertesz's Fatelessness, a Holocaust novel.
- The White Mary, by Kira Salak,
- Such A Pretty Fat, by Jen Lancaster- I'm still not done with Bitter is the New Black but at least I'm ready!, and
- Samuel Shem's The Spirit of the Place, not to mention
- The Triumph of Deborah, by Eva Etzioni-Halevi, which I'm very excited about because when I'm done I'm going to have the opportunity to interview the author for the blog! I'm going to start Deborah as soon as I'm done with Matrimony.
Speaking of graphic novels, I've got two requested via ILL from my local library system, one of which has arrived. I'm picking it up tomorrow- it's called Aya and it's by Marguerite Abouet and Clement Oubrerie and originally it was part of a series edited by Rabbi's Cat author/illustrator Joann Sfar. And it's French/African. So I'm very interested. More on that in a couple of weeks.
In the mean time I hope everyone has a great Father's Day!