Reading

It has been a fortnight of much reading. I have picked up any and every book on the shelf that has appealed and taken them all (one, or two at a time) into work, for reading on the train, at lunch and when waiting at the station. Last week was one for reading (and that’s no lie). Monday we were snowed in, yes, real proper snow, about 6 inches of it fell and settled along the South coast of the UK, and I ended up snowed in. The bad weather continued for a further few days, having an absolutely horrendous effect on public transport; trains were delayed or cancelled, buses were cancelled, the underground even found itself operating a skeleton service. This is apparently the worst weather in February for 18 years (not that I actually remember the winter from 18 years ago because I wasn’t in the UK at that point). Anyway, needless to say, all the delays made for a considerable amount of reading time, so my list for the last two weeks is pretty impressive (even given that I have been devoting about 2-3 hours a night to Shakespeare which I am finding absolutely – honestly – fascinating).

Reading

MaryJanice Davidson
Undead and Unemployed (Betsy 2)
Undead and Unappreciated (Betsy 3)
Undead and Unreturnable (Betsy 4)
Undead and Unpopular (Betsy 5)
Undead and Uneasy (Betsy 6)
Undead and Unworthy (Betsy 7)
Sleeping with the Fishes (Fred 1)
Swimming without a Net (Fred 2)

Jane Austen
Pride and Prejudice

Ben Elton
Chart Throb

Charlaine Harris
Dead as a Doornail (Sookie Stackhouse 5)
Definitely Dead (Sookie Stackhouse 6)

Lynsay Sands
A Quick Bite (Argeneau 1)
Love Bites (Argeneau 2)
Single White Vampire (Argeneau 3)

Currently reading: Tall Dark and Hungry (Argeneau 4)

These 15 books takes my current total (for 12th February, so only really 33 days into the new year) to: 28 books. That means that with 10 and a half months of the year to go I am well over halfway to the total.

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