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).
My reading life is still being driven by due dates! I have 5 days to read Wizard's First Rule, which is quite a thick book, so I'm feeling a bit of pressure.
Dora, Doralina is an interlibrary loan, which I'm unable to renew, so its next.
Then, finally, I get to read one of the Summer of Spies books, The Bourne Identity, which I'm hoping will be a quick read.
I can hardly wait to read The Hazel Wood because, well, fairies. I do love the Fae!
Finally, my real-life book club choice: Looking for Alaska. (I may also have to read The Name of the Star quickly, as I think we're combining our July & August meetings. One of our members is moving to Italy and we want to have a suitable send off for her.)
Combine this with changes in guests for the conference that I'm headed to in August (Deanna Raybourn is no longer going to be a guest of honour, but Tasha Alexander and Andrew Grant will be) and I'm scrambling to fit in a book or 2 by them before mid-August.
My reading time in indeed spoken for and I'm longing to get spying!
Have a great weekend!