I’ve been working on bloggy stuff as part of Bloggiesta all weekend.

My husband has a cold, and I don’t feel too great this morning, either.

Reading-wise, I’ve been plugging away at Middlemarch by George Eliot, but I’ll likely set it aside again this week to read Certain Women by Madeleine L’Engle, to make sure I finish it before the Faith ‘n’ Fiction Round Table discussion starts in early February.

This coming week is one I’m excited about, there’ll be lots going on here at the blog!

• First of all, I’m really looking forward to the #CFChat on Twitter about the state of Christian fiction. Monday at noon Central time. Amy‘s and Deb‘s posts were both very compelling, and it’s a subject I never seem to exhaust. (I responded to Amy’s post almost immediately here, and I was taking notes on my thoughts as I read Deb’s.)

• Then, on Tuesday, I’m looking forward to discussing A Thousand Rooms of Dream and Fear by Atiq Rahimi [my review] with the BOOK CLUB, at Linus’s Blanket.

• Last, but certainly not least, lasting all week long: Rene Gutteridge Week!
Rene Gutteridge Week 2011,
Word Lily will chock full of reviews, giveaways, guest posts and special features. I’m really looking forward to celebrating this author.

What’s going on with you this weekend?

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5 responses to “Sunday

  1. Sorry you and hubby are not feeling too well. I wish I could be part of the #cfchat but I will be at work. I look forward to seeing the discussion when I get home.
    I am starting Certain Women this week.

    Have a great day Hannah!

  2. Hi there! I hope you and hubby feel better. Colds are no fun! Middlemarch is quite a book, I hope you are enjoying it and I look forward to your review. I haven’t read Certain Women but think I will look it up!
    Have a great week!

  3. I hope you’re not getting your hubby’s cold. I hope you both feel better soon.

  4. I’ll probably start reading Certain Women February 4th knowing me. 🙂

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