I will finish up my book club selection Bloody Jack this evening (and since book club is tomorrow, that's not a moment too soon). And I must continue to work on the latest interlibrary loan, Beggars in Spain. It's due on the 17th, so I can breathe a little easier.
Once those are done, I can plunge into Halloween Bingo with abandon! My first Josephine Tey, The Franchise Affair, then Dame Agatha's The Body in the Library, and finally, Jaws. I'm pretty sure that I read Jaws when I was in junior high, but I don't remember many details. I may try to find a companion to go see the movie The Meg, if I think my heart can take such a thing.
And then, just to recover from the thriller, Carry On, Jeeves.
Plus, at work, I have finished up the cataloguing of a set of romance novels from the 1940s and 1950s. The dust jackets are beautiful and I've been having a grand time determining subject headings for them. Who knew there were so many young orphaned women in the world? I'm both glad and sorry to be finished with them.