“It’s Monday! What are you reading?” is a weekly event hosted by Sheila at Bookjourney to share with others what we’ve read the past week and planning to read next.
Ok so I once again forgot that it’s Monday. Where did the weekend go? And for that matter, where has Monday gone already?
The orphan master’s son – Adam Johnson
A fascinating story!
Queen of the air – Dean Jensen
It’s making me want to go to a circus.
Consequences – E.M. Delafield
I felt the need for something less contemporary. Hence this book first published in 1919.
Samosas and vadai (savoury fritters – here’s a recipe for a masala vadai in case you’re interested), from a little Indian supermarket nearby.
What we saw from the cheap seats – Regina Spektor
The album includes this great song, Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)
Orange is the new black
I loved Weeds so this Netflix series by Weeds creator Jenji Kohan is a must-watch!
Looking forward to:
Using my new teapot!
The price of salt – Patricia Highsmith
Oh I’m going to have to read everything else by Patricia Highsmith now!
The wind in the willows – Kenneth Grahame
I’ve only read an illustrated children’s version of this, many many moons ago, but I still remember the story well, especially the part where Toad dresses as the washerwoman. It’s such a darling classic story and I’m glad I reread it after all this time.
A review about The Whole Fromage: Adventures in the delectable world of French cheese by Kathe Lison
A Weekend Cooking post about sushi and sashimi
What are you reading this week?