The Sunday Salon

I woke feeling like I was being attacked by a nasty germ. Several hours later, and two naps on the couch, I’m sure of it. Damn germs…

Today’s post is going to be short because I don’t think I can keep it together long. I may result to mentioning things like unicorn poop if I hang around too long.

This week I read:

A graphic novel of Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen, adapted by Nancy Butler and Sonny Liew. I adore the original so there wasn’t going to be a chance of me not loving this one too. I did.

A Secret Diary of a Princess: A Novel of Marie Antoinette by Melanie Clegg. I had a lot of fun with this one. It’s told through diary entries and I’m a sucker for that style and pretty much anything featuring Marie Antoinette.

I’m finishing Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell. It’s a non-fiction book about Hawaii. I’m enjoying it but being sick, and on top of a very stressful week, it’s been tough going. I’m hoping to finish it up in the next day or so.

I plan to start Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein this week or Lady Susan by Jane Austen. I’ve also got several reviews to write but I’m going to put them off for a few days, at least until the head clears. Same goes for the class work.

With that, please ignore my typos and anything else that makes no sense. I will now return to the couch.

Happy Sunday.


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