It's Monday! What are you reading this week?
is a weekly event to celebrate what we are reading for the week as well as books completed the previous week. Feel free to pile on a little extra. If you'd like to join in this weekly event, please include a link to this post. That way others can find it and join in.
1. I am still wending my way through "Wolf Hall" by Hilary Mantel. First person narrative is not my favorite thing. It seems like it's taking forever to get to the end of this book, but this tale is really interesting - a bird's eye of the King Henry VIII / Anne Boleyn debacle from from Lord Cromwell's perspective for a change - the end is in sight.
2. "Modern Mark Making" by Lisa Englebrecht. I LOVE this book on calligraphy. I did a small review of this book on my other blog when I first got it, but I am learning so much more every time I go back to it that I may have to review it again here
3. AUDIO: "Mary Queen Of Scots" by Margaret George. I have no idea how this one could have escaped my earlier attention. It's wonderful - and the narrator (I use Audible) is perfect for it.
4. My next audio book will be "The Thrall's Tale" by Judith Lindberg. This one was recommended to me by a friend and it sounds great. Thanks Karen!