Tuesday, April 6, 2010

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?


The weather has been crazy, and by crazy I mean amazing, here in PEI. The snow is all gone, the socks have disappeared, the bikes are out. Life is not like this usually until May if we are lucky, and here we are at the beginning of April. Unheard of. And no one is complaining.

Bookword Game: With an impressive list of options, Suey as the poll up at It's All About Books for this week. Still lots of time to vote, and then look for results on Wednesday and a new word at her site for the next week.

In reading, I am in between books again, although I have decided to go back and investigate again that woman in white wandering around the English countryside. Eventually I'll get that mystery solved. (The Woman in White, Wilkie Collins)
I expect to take a trip to Vegas pretty soon, where another mystery has occurred. I might even get a tattoo. (The Missing Ink, Karen E Olsen)

Where is reading taking you today? Leave a comment, write a post, spread the word.

8 comments:

Beth F said...

You are traveling from one extreme to the other! I'm playing this week here.

Tea said...

I'm playing this week too. Wilkie Collins really knew how to write a mystery, didn't he?

http://readwithtea.blogspot.com/2010/04/its-tuesdaywhere-are-you.html

Jenny said...

Your weather sounds fantastic! In Louisiana we've bypassed that phase and gone into muggy heat. Sigh. I was (unrealistically) hoping to keep the cool breezes through April.

Felicia S. said...

I am visiting Bon Temps, Louisiana again as it has been missed since last year. I am also taking a trip into my own head to figure out it's relation to food. Then I might be off to Forks to visit but praying for an overcast day!

John Mutford said...

I'm in Essex County, Ontario (the Jeff Lemire anthology of the same name).

Sherrie said...

Hi!
The Woman in White is on my TBR list. Mine is posted at my place. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Just books
http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2010/04/tuesday-book-memes.html

Marg said...

I am in 17th century London, trying to catch the eye of Charles II (The King's Favourite by Susan Holloway Scott).

I am also in India, breaking some of the colonial rules (Meredith Duran's Duke of Shadows)

tinylittlelibrarian said...

Hope you enjoy the Missing Ink - I thought it was a fun quickie read.

I'm in two places.