It's a lazy Sunday morning, a nice change from the busy week. Of course I'm taking advantage of this time to have a nice cup of tea and catch up on some of my reading. I have so many great books ahead of me right now -- a wide variety, actually. Thought I'd share a few of the titles I have on the stack; if you have read any of them please share your recommendations and comments.
I'm nearly done with Dorothy Sayer's Busman's Honeymoon. Sigh...it is so romantic. I can't believe I've left it this long to get acquainted with the delicious Lord Peter Wimsey. I first read Gaudy Night, then went back to read the first two books that feature both Lord Peter and Harriet Vane. Sadly, this is the last that Sayers herself wrote featuring my two favourites. Time to begin again!
I've begun a few Canadian novels, all of which seem fascinating thus far. I'm halfway through Aimée Laberge's Where the River Narrows, a multigenerational family story set in Quebec and steeped in history. Plus it has a librarian. I love it. I've also picked up a couple others that I've only read the first couple of pages of, to see if they might interest me. Jeanette Lynes' The Factory Voice, Rachael Preston's The Wind Seller and Kyo Maclear's The Letter Opener are all on tap for possible future Canadian Book Challenge reads.
But, after looking at my working stack and then all my shelves, then at my Sunday schedule -- parties later on! -- I must sign off and get back to the books. Hope everyone is able to have a readable day as well.