Tomorrow night the daughter and I will be at the theatre to watch "Breaking Dawn Part 2" – yeah, baby! It looks to be a chilly, yet dry night, but standing in line for hours also gives me plenty of time to read. Of course, watching everyone in line can be entertaining, too. Young adults are a strange breed.
Anyway, I only finished one book in the past week (I've been on an editing mission!):
Nov 9: "Killing Johnny Fry: A Sexistential Novel" by Walter Mosley. I've never read anything by him before, but a couple of years ago, while perusing the sale "bin" at B&N on line, this book intrigued me. Now I finally got around to reading it. The blurb on the inside cover: "When Cordell Carmel catches his longtime girlfriend with another man, the act that he witnesses seems to dissolve all the boundaries he knows. In that instant, the calm existence of this middle-aged
man becomes something unrecognizable: he wants revenge, but also something
more. 'Killing Johnny Fry' is the story of Cordell's dark, funny, soulful, and
outrageously explicit sexual odyssey in search of a new way of life. Along the
way, he encounters a mysterious woman named Sisypha, who leads him deep into
the city's forbidden heart." The story certainly kept me curious 'til
the end, but if you're not into erotic noir, you might want to stay away. I
gave this book 4 stars on Goodreads. New York City
I'm getting soooo close to finishing the editing of Ghostly Liaison. But I have to make sure not to rush it at the end (something I tend to do). I'll be glad to finish, though, and then pass it on to my daughter to read (and review). Maybe my husband, too. He read my rough, first draft of Alien Desires (I needed some feedback before I edited), and even after reading that mess (because, let's face it, first drafts SUCK), he's anxious to read Ghostly Liaison. That made me feel good, in a writerly kind of way!
So, are any of you planning on seeing "Breaking Dawn Part 2"?