04 July 2013

Holiday Reading Wish List

Happy Fourth of July to my fellow Americans! Although I bet I don't have one second to read today (we're hosting a party tonight), here's what's on my holiday stack. What's on yours?

The next Jack of Fables book in Bill Willingham's wonderful Fables series. A young adult book that involves time travel. A look at life in the 1960s in Greenwich Village. A trip to the Alaskan wilderness and a fight for survival.

Wishing you a happy holiday weekend.


Tina 7/4/13, 7:49 AM  

Happy 4th to you as well! I like the sound of your reading lineup.
I have on my shelf Feast for Crows by George Martin and French Toast by Harriet Welty Roquefort. Almost done with the French book!

Shannon @ River City Reading 7/4/13, 7:57 AM  

Fin & Lady is one I've been looking forward to, for sure. I adore that cover and can't resist that time period!

bermudaonion 7/4/13, 9:27 AM  

All of those books are new to me!

Have a great holiday. There won't be too many outside celebrations here - we're supposed to have another day of rain. It's already rained over 7 inches this week.

Les 7/4/13, 9:45 AM  

We don't have anything planned, so I hope to finish Under the Dome. Still have 400+ pages, but I see the light at the end of the tunnel!

Enjoy your celebration. I'm kind of wishing it would rain here. Our neighborhood is like a war zone on the 4th... :(

SuziQoregon 7/4/13, 9:55 AM  

Hope you manage to carve some reading time out of your day. We've got nothing planned after this morning. The Hubster is out running a half-marathon this morning and I'm about to head out for a walk. After that it's just relaxing and enjoying the nice weather at home. Steaks on the grill for dinner. Nice and mellow.

Beth Hoffman 7/4/13, 10:53 AM  

Happy 4th to you and yours! The cover of FIN & LADY has completely grabbed me. I'm going to Google the book right now.

Unknown 7/4/13, 12:18 PM  

I hope you have a wonderful celebration at your house. We are just Kevin and I today, and movies and reading seem to be the order of the day. I dislike crowds for fireworks viewing.

Margot 7/4/13, 4:48 PM  

Happy 4th to you as well. I hope your holiday weekend is a good reading one.

Alice 7/4/13, 7:14 PM  

Happy 4th July! And happy reading too :)

Unknown 7/5/13, 6:32 AM  

I like this post! thank you!

Daryl 7/5/13, 10:19 AM  

i am re-reading the unbridged version of The Stand and loving it .. i was not at all unhappy not to have any where to go yesterday ... spent it deep in the 1980s

Belle Wong 7/5/13, 2:28 PM  

Hope you had a great 4th, even if you didn't get any time for reading! The Fable books have been on my TBR for ages - I really need to get to them. I've actually had the first few out from the library but then time got away from me and they were, sadly, returned unread.

Anonymous,  7/9/13, 8:53 AM  

I love the covers of these books. Look so interesting.

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