March 2016 Reads
I'm quite behind when it comes to reading. I only just finished a January read book, and I am still working on the two I set aside for February. That said, here are the next two on my list.
The Yearling by Majorie Kinnan Rawlings - This book is longer, and will probably make me cry, but I've had it for years, the cover is beautiful, and it's time to see what it's all about.
The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells - This one is short so I am hoping to breeze through it. There's also a chance that I won't like this one. I think it's supposed to be quite high on the creepy scale, but I am going to give it a shot.Here's to hoping it is NOT on the same level as Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man - which I attempted to read and struggled through.
Knit Two - I am totally going against my own rules. This is a library book (not one that I own) but I just couldn't help it. I had to check it out. It's the second installment to the Friday Night Knitting Club, which I did not read, but that has yet to be an issue. It's a lighter read - something I needed after All The Light We Cannot See.
Have an amazing Friday and a great weekend! I'm going to try to catch up on some reading and some sleep. :)