Only 2 this month, unless you count the 400lbs of school books I'm currently reading and schlepping to and from class each day. True story: I emptied out my rolling scrapbooking tote and replaced all my pretty papers and embellies with boring school books and 3-ring binders. Just too much to carry each day and I was starting to get perma-knots in my shoulders. Dear world of scrapbooking: some day I will return to you, but it may be a while, so please don't wait up.
"Two for the Dough" (Stephanie Plum book #2) by Janet Evanovich
We enjoyed reading this (edited) out loud again. It took us a while to get through it, but we have fun reading books together. :) I heard that the next book isn't as good, but we're curious enough to try it anyway.
"Rachel and Leah" (Women of Genesis) by Orson Scott Card
I didn't realize under the Afterword that this is one of a series (just about smack dab in the middle as per the author's intentions), I'll have to go pick up "Sarah" and "Rebekah" if I can find them in my library.
This was a really interesting read...I'm a little rusty on Biblical women and stories in general, so I'm not sure how much is taken from actual events--but I did enjoy the book and learning about the amazing women of this time period.
And that's about it. :p You didn't want me to add my "Fluid & Electrolytes For Dummies" did you?
What are you reading?