Ever since the Democratic & Republican conventions, I’ve been watching, reading, and talking politics much of the time. It increased even more in the month before the election.
Now that it’s over I finally find myself with time to relax and do all the things that had been pushed aside for the past few months.
Yesterday I had a splendid day of relaxing, drinking half-caf coffee, and getting caught up on my reading.
Here’s my progress:
- Finished Ellen Foster by Kaye Gibbons
- Finished Anne of the Island by L. M. Montgomery
- Read more of A Fan’s Notes by Frederick Exley
- Started David Copperfield over. I read the first two chapters many weeks ago, and never picked it back up. I had to start over after I realized I remembered very little of what happened. I re-read the first two chapters and got 80 pages in. I think I’m now far enough engrossed in the plot that I’ll stick with it and finish it, hopefully before the end of the year.
Today I need to do many chores and errands, but hopefully I’ll still have a decent chunk of time to read more.
Hope you’re all enjoying your weekend! What are you reading?
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