I'm really loving this book. It's feminism at it's funnest. I was supposed to finish the Murakami I've been reading first, but I haven't yet. I keep losing interest in books when I hit the halfway mark lately. It also happened with Love in the Time of Cholera, which I really want to finish. Perhaps I'm just not in the mood for anything that's a bit heavier at the minute, just light stuff. Maybe it's the current heatwave we're having. Anyway, this is the perfect light read.
So, what's on your waitlist to read next from your public library?
Thought it might be fun to share posts about it (and a reminder to update my shelves to reflect).
I have these ebooks on hold:
#1 on 1 copy. #3 on 1 copy. #1 on 1 copy.
6 on 1 copy. 6 on 1 copy. 16 on 4 copies.
6 on 5 copies. 3 on 1 copy. 4 on 1 copy.
4 on 1 copy.
(just in order shown on my library's website which allows a maximum checkout period of 21 days and uses overdrive)
Still updating my shelves to reflect and to work thru the wishlist. Any recommendations to immediately read anything currently borrow-able?
(Backfiring as a way to clean up some reading lists because I stupidly keep glancing at the "also enjoyed" and adding more to the TBR but working to remind me I wanted to read something or continue some series.)