Mailbox Monday is being hosted for March by Diary of an Eccentric.
Just one book in my Mailbox and one I purchased myself. It is a Diana Gabaldon one and for the life of me I cant remember the title! I've left it behind in Rozella to read over the next weekend.
I am still in the midst of reading Middlesex - I'm half way through but finding it a bit slow going now.
I am also reading Khuswant Singh's Collection - this is a big book but half way through that as well.
On a non blogging note, we are gearing for the Singhalese and Hindu New Year which falls on April 12th/13th. Though I do not personally celebrate the whole of Sri Lanka almost shuts down for the week following the festival. Practically all the people who work for us celebrate the festival and just prior to the festival tea factories and rubber factories close as well. We also have our own litle festival prior to the actual one with gift exchanges and lots of nice food being consumed! However it involves a lot of preparatory work in getting the food rations organized so that each one gets exactly the same as everyone else and no one feels slighted! The work in itself is not difficult just detailed and one I still enjoy after so many years. The festival also coincides every year with Easter which is also celebratory of a new life - so a busy month ahead.
I really hope I have a book box arrive tomorrow. Am eager to get at the contents.ReplyDelete
I have a post card contest on my blog this week.
Sounds like a wonderful celebration Mystica.ReplyDelete
Wishing you a great reading week!
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
I like the sound of your own little festival and glad you still enjoy getting it organised after so many years.ReplyDelete
Have a great week and happy reading. I'm a Diana Gabaldon fan :)
Does sound like a busy month indeed.ReplyDelete
Here is mine: http://jaynesbooks.blogspot.com/2012/03/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-mar-19.html
Hope the celebrations are special. Sorry to hear Middlesex is slow going for you. I really liked it.ReplyDelete
I hope to read Middlesex one of these days. Its size is daunting!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your holiday!
It's Monday! What Are You Reading?! I'd love to have you stop by!
I chuckled when I read you can't remember the name of the book! I hope it's a good one!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your festival! It sounds fun!ReplyDelete
Someday I will read a Gabaldon. Maybe.
Thanks for visiting my mailbox!
Really interesting to learn new things about other cultures. Enjoy your celebration!ReplyDelete
I've heard good things about Middlesex...the only book I've read by this author was The Marriage Plot, and it had some good parts, and some slow and tedious parts.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
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Yup, Middlesex is a big book. One of these days I'll get to it.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your festival and have a good week.
Enjoy the Gabaldon books. I love, love her Outlander series.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year (a little early) The celebration festival sounds like fun and as you say busy. There are so many parts of the world I would like to visit someday.ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy your new book!
Sounds like a fun festival :=)ReplyDelete
I hope you enjoy the Gabaldon book you received. I also hope Middlesex picks up for you. I really enjoyed that one.ReplyDelete
I have never read Middle Sex. I hope you enjoy it :)ReplyDelete
I read one Gabaldon and enjoyed it and Middlesex which I also enjoyed. I hope it picks up for you. I bought an ebook.ReplyDelete
Popping over to say Hi!ReplyDelete
Been very busy lately and not blog hopping so much.
Looks like you have a busy few weeks ahead. Isn't that always the way, we have to work a little harder to get a holiday :)
The festival sounds like a lot of fun! Enjoy your new book and have a great rest of the week!ReplyDelete