Today’s a banner day. It’s the last day of school at my school, and the summer stretches out before me like a patient etherized on a table. No, wait, like the winter of our discontent become glorious summer.
Can you tell I teach literature?
But this is legal hooky for us teachers. We get to read what we want to read, not four-pages-past-where-our-students will be discussing.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy.
I have things I want to read. First of all, I need an audiobook with the cliffhanger-nature of the television series 24 and the intrigue of fine-chocolate literature. Anybody got any suggestions?
And I’ve filled my Kindle like a hoarder with books I couldn’t read until now. Top of my list is Ariel Lawhon’s The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress.
I just finished co-writing a new book (to be published by Credo Publishing this summer) and have other books to work on.
But for now, it’s reading-hooky.
What will you be reading?