I am currently reading my way through a long list of science fiction and fantasy titles. (http://www.npr.org/2011/08/07/138938145/science-fiction-and-fantasy-finalists if you are interested in the list).
I'm currently reading Smilla's Sense of Snow and The Good Women of China. Once I've finished them, it's time to move on to these books.
My real life book club meets soon, and our May choice is The Lie Tree. This is our year of reading exclusively young-adult literature and this book was highly recommended to me.
I've got three books for my Science Fiction and Fantasy reading project: Dragonfly in Amber, The Magic of Recluce, and Stations of the Tide. There's a hold on Dragonfly and the other two are interlibrary loans, so they can't be renewed.
I'm also reading with an eye to my August conference. Peter Brett will be a guest of honour and I'm going to read his The Warded Man to get an idea of what his work is about.
Years ago, for RL Book club, I read Barbara Kingsolver's The Bean Trees. Now I intend to see what The Poisonwood Bible is like.
Saturday I'm headed to an art show where one of my friends is exhibiting and Sunday I'm doing brunch & a movie with another friend. The movie is a filming of a Shakespearean production, Timon of Athens, a play that I have never seen performed.
Happy reading, friends!