Okay, so I was only gone for two days, but I am so behind on everything all ready that it is crazy! You people post too much, you know! Anyway, did I miss anything exciting? I am very happy that the funeral is over with. It was family-overload, that's for sure! It's sad, but I probably only see a lot of those people at funerals... I also had to do a reading and I managed to get through it without coughing! I was very impressed with myself and people said that I read really well, so hopefully that was true...
As to the book front. I have only read one book so far this month... After I finish this post I am hoping to have a 'reading evening', but we will see how that works out. I had to thin out my library books because I haven't finished one in like a week. I'll just have to take them out again when the library pile gets smaller. I didn't have time to go to the library on Monday, but I do have books waiting for me that I am very excited about:
Chariots of the Gods by Erich von Daniken - Rather strangely the charming comedian thinks I should read this... Since he isn't one for book recommendations, I decided to give it a read!
Evernight by Claudia Gray - I have see lots of reviews of this book. Not sure who is really to blame!
Out Stealing Horses by Per Petterson - I have wanted to read this since it came out...
Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce - Nymeth gets a point.
Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street by Michael Davis - Okay, so I was curious! The library bought this book for me, too, so I am going to be the first person to read it...
Monkey Beach by Eden Robinson - Nymeth. I have wanted to read this book for a while and she chose it as one of her books for the Herding Cats challenge.
The Ghost Brigades by John Scalzi - Carry on with the series...
The Plain Janes by Cecil Castellucci - I can't remember where I heard about this.
Fruits Basket - Volume 5 - Carry on with the series.
Robot Dreams by Sara Varon - Robin just recently reviewed this.
Chobits Volume 5 - Carry on with the series.
One Piece Volume 3 - Carry on with the series.
An Anthropolgist on Mars by Oliver Sacks - Another point for Nymeth.
Ahem, normally books come in on Monday and Thursday, but I guess books came in today! I didn't check the website all day, so I went on expecting only five books and, well, that's way more than five!