01 August 2006

Summer Reading

Ah, for the lazy days of summer. Time to relax, putter in the garden, enjoy a good book (or two or three).

Ha! July almost killed me. It certainly killed my usual reading time, much less any extra reading time. I'm glad for the chances I've had to be out and about in the world this summer, but sure am mourning the loss of my reading time. Things are shaping up to be fairly busy for the next several months as we prepare to make a move, so I don't know how often I'll have a new read to post about. Although preparing to move is fairly mindless work, so I may end up with a plethora of audiobooks posted here. Time will tell. In the meantime, happy reading to you all. As always, if you read a good one and want to share, leave a comment.


happytheman said...

Books in Hand:
Phantom - Terry Goodkind
Slay a Dragon - Donald Miller

1776 - David McCulloch
The World is Flat - Thomas Friedman (Vol. 3) I've listened to the first 16 hours.

reJoyce said...

I've never read any Terry Goodkind, though I've seen the books around and wondered about them. Can one start with any of them or is there one that is best to read first?