I am currently listening to the audiobook of X: a novel by Shabazz (current progress 10 of 35 "chapters") but my daughter, my traveling companion, has already listened to it so I will put it on the back burner to listen to for the few hundred miles I'll be driving alone (from Ashland to Corvallis to the reunion, and then from Corvallis to Eugene to pick up my daughter, again.) Not sure that will be enough time to finish the book, but I'll be close.
Carly and I will have to choose between the other two audiobooks I have on hand, The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh (10 hours) and The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith (8 1/2 hours.) We would definitely be able to finish the second choice during the time we are together in the car. We might not be able to quite finish the other. But since we are together so much, it won't really matter.
My sister, (the soon-to-be-60-year-old), asked me to make her a copy of the audiobook To Kill a Mockingbird, so she has something to listen to while she is traveling from Eugene to Ashland and back. We'll be in separate cars.
In the evening and during the quiet moments of this hectic few days I'd better have some print book to read. If I don't finish Go Set a Watchman before I leave, I'll pack it. I currently have downloaded Simon vs the Homo Sapiens on my iPad. I will also take the advanced reader's edition of The Prom Goer's Interstellar Excursion. If anything happens to it, like getting wet, I won't mind.
Now that I have the important stuff taken care of I'd better decide what I am going to wear. Ha!