Still buying. Still reading. Still ahead of annual target.
Still not finishing anything 😦
Since my last post I’ve started reading a fifth book, a non-fiction piece that I’m not sure I’ll review (or even mention at the moment because Complex Feelings), and I have added the following to Mount TBR:
- The Relic Guild by the lovely Ed Cox; and
- A Hero at the End of the World (signed) by the equally lovely Erin Claiborne
Both bought as a result of readings at the SRFC at the end of August. Love that group, not sure my credit card agrees 😀
Then on Tuesday I found myself stuck in Birmingham with quite a lot of time to kill before my train back to London, and the splendid New Street branch of Waterstones beckoned and I couldn’t walk out without buying something, so this happened:
- Gorsky by Vesna Goldsworthy (I keep wanting to call it Grosky for some bizarre reason)
- The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber
- Here Comes a Chopper by Gladys Mitchell
The first two were on my wish-list already but the Mitchell was a lovely surprise; she is one of my absolute favourite crime writers and I have never come across this one before so this was exciting.
And finally, just because I could:
Really must do better 🙂