Weekend Reading

Ok, the long weekend is almost here. And I NEED to get reading (and writing) done. So I've made a list of my "plans". Honestly, I'll be lucky to get half of it done but darn it I'm gonna try! Aside from all the reading that I'm going to do below I'm going to be out and about tomorrow running going to the St. Lawrence Market for coffee and whatever else looks yummy (likely cheese since I'm addicted to the various cheesemongers there) and then going to the Kensington Market to go to Lettuce Knits for a needle bag (they have some on sale) and maybe yarn. I'm going to make Kit-Cat a guitar strap but she hasn't gotten back to me with colours yet (see Denise, I do have a hobby :p). And who knows what else will pop up?

Ok, planned (and overly optimistic) reading list:

  1. Queen of Babble - Meg Cabot (reading and reviewing as part of the HarperCollins Canada First Look program, need to have review submitted by May 31).

  2. The Sweetest Hours - Laura Penderson (a collection of short stories that I started a week or so ago).

  3. Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women who Created Her - Melanie Rehak (I'm a chapter or two in)

  4. I Have a Bed of Buttermilk Pancakes - Jaclyn Moriarty (I'm a chapter or two into this and really not sure about it at all - it's either going to be really good or really not but I suspect in either case it will be unusual...)

  5. Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife - Mary Roach (due back to the library next Saturday)

  6. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen - Dyan Sheldon (my bathtub book, a couple of chapters in to it)


Who else has reading plans for the long weekend?

Edit: Only a few hours left on the weekend and only 2 books crossed off. I suck. I also need to stop answering my phone and going out and doing stuff. lol