Thursday, July 03, 2008
Booking Through Thursday
It’s a holiday weekend here in the U.S., so let’s keep today’s question simple–What are you reading? Anything special? Any particularly juicy summer reading?
- Before I answer to the question, first I want to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July weekend! I hope everyone have wonderful time spent with your family and friends. I really don't know what my family and I are doing for the weekend. We were invited by my uncle to come down for some BBQing grill. But then a friend of mine invited me to go to Mississippi River to see the BIG firework show, display for public to watch. She is bringing her kids and nephew with her. It been a very long while since I last gone to Mississippi River to see firework. My last memory of being there was when we drove through the bridge and saw the firework shooting up in the air right in front of us. It was the closest we can get to being near it, while we were trying to find a spot to park our car where it was actually happening. So it was either spent the time with my family at my uncle house or go to Mississippi River to see the BIG firework with my friend.
Now to answer the BTT question for this week --- I'm currently reading two books:
1) Beyond Fearless by Rebecca York
2) A Breath of Snow and Ashes by Diana Gabaldon
I normally read one book at a time, but my reason I'm reading two books is because Diana Gabaldon book was thick and I figure to wait until the summer to read it. This way I can spent more time reading it, since it usually take me 2 weeks to finish it. So summer is now here and it time to read it. And so far I'm loving it.
And I normally don't read book to match the holidays, unless I'm in the mood for it. I just read whatever books the mood take me to. And treat it like an everyday reading *grin* --- beside most holidays am always busy celebrating with my families and friends with less reading done :)
What about you -- What your weekend plan? And what are you reading?
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