I finished two more books over the weekend.
Book #10 — Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen — In my continued escape from Sad Planet Earth, I dove into another Austen favorite, and really enjoyed revisiting Barton Cottage and the Dashwood family. It's hard to say who in the book I love most. I've become very fond of re-reading all of Lucy Steele's scenes; what an awful person she is! I put the Ang Lee film on my Netflix queue and look forward to escaping once more with this same cast of characters (especially Alan Rickman as Colonel Brandon, but you knew that).
I read this one on my Kindle, giving my wrists a break.
Book #11 — The Truro Bear and Other Adventures, by Mary Oliver — This is a collection of poems new and old, including all the Percy poems. I spent a happy afternoon exploring the woods and the shoreline with Mary and Percy and particularly enjoyed an essay about spiders, as well as the poem "The Truro Bear."
This I read in an actual book. Poetry would lose something in the layout, and I like to have her books to keep anyway.
What have you been reading?