This past weekend was the Word on the Street Festival here in Toronto. It is a fabulous experience, a celebration of Canadian writers and everything bookish. I met some great authors, picked up some interesting books, and I'll be sharing all about it in the next few days!
Last week was a good week reading-wise. I seem to be falling into a better reading routine, and of course, reading through the Giller long list has definitely helped with that. Here is what my reading week looks like.
What I Read Last Week:
The Chaos by Nalo Hopkinson (I will be posting my review on Thursday as part of the A More Diverse Universe blog tour)
Whirl Away by Russell Wangersky
What I'm Reading Now:
Nominated for the Giller Prize, Dr. Brinkley's Tower by Robert Hough is about an American doctor who builds a radio tower in a small Mexican border town in 1931 and the results of the newfound wealth of the town. I'm really enjoying this one.
What I Plan to Read Next:
Next week is Banned Books Week, a yearly celebration of our freedom to read. I plan to post reviews of three challenged books next week so that is what I'm reading this week.
1984 by George Orwell
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
What are you reading this week? Will you be reading anything for Banned Books Week?