I've had a productive week, for me. I finished True Grit by Charles Portis and August by Bernard Beckett. Now I'm reading The Scarecrow by Ronald Hugh Morrieson. The latter two books are by Kiwi authors but don't count for the Kiwi YA challenge as they're not YA novels.
The Scarecrow is a bit of a classic, though I've never read it before, and opens with the famous (in New Zealand anyway) line "The same week our fowls were stolen, Daphne Moran had her throat cut." I'm only 30 or so pages in, but so far so good.
The other book I'm eyeing this week is Elizabeth & Mary: Cousins, Rivals, Queens by Jane Dunn. Reading The Raven's Heart last week put me in the mood for some royal historical non-fiction. It's a bit of a doorstop, though, so we'll see how I go.
What are you reading?