There used to be a time when I spent considerable portion of each day happily ensconced in a book.
The" thirty minute each way daily train commute" was a little piece of heaven at the start and end of my day, and more than once a good book resulted in me missing my station and having to catch the train back a stop to where my car was parked.
Becky is keeping a reading list and it got me thinking that I should do the same - to encourage me to take the time to pick up a book here and there in my day.
In the last few years it seems Alison Lester and Stephen Michael King have been high on my reading rotation, and it's not that they are not fabulous authors - they are - it's just that reading things a little more age appropriate might be a nice change.
So here is the list to date:
The Help - Kathryn Stockett
The Retriever - Keith Schafferius and Grantlee Kieza
Not much to show I know.
Now it's off to bed for me to hopefully finish book number three, possibly my favourite so far depending on how it ends.