Finished my second RIP book, Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. I haven't seen the movie but i knew the basic plot: guy remarries after his first "perfect" wife Rebecca dies and takes his very much younger new bride back to his huge English estate, where weird things start happening. Not a ghost story in the traditional sense but the whole book is haunted by the past. The author has a wonderful way of conveying mood and feelings. The narrator is very young and insecure. I was reading at work and got a call after a particularly good passage. I felt insecure and nervous on the call. I had to put the book down for a bit after that. I really enjoyed it and have put the Hitchcock film on my netflix list.
I'm in the middle of a few right now so not sure if fiction or nonfiction will end up next on here.
Currently: watching South Carolina at LSU.