Happy Winter Holiday Of Your Choice
I’ve got a half-day at the day job, and then off to my parents’ place to begin celebrating Christmas. And, with a few days off work, reading as many books as I can get my hands on. That’s the plan. I possibly packed too many books in my suitcase. Because, of course, I know my parents will be giving me books as well. And I read fast, but not that fast.
Things I plan to read:
Dreams From My Father, by Barack Obama
The Venetian Betrayal, by Steve Berry A friend loaned it to me. The description had me at “former Justice Department agent turned rare-book dealer.”
A bunch of poetry, as yet undetermined.
I am also planning to post a couple reviews that have been in site limbo for a bit, awaiting final paragraphs.
Looking at the books involved, several hundred pages worth, I am aware that this is the kind of ambitious reading project more worthy of a college semester break, several weeks with no homework, instead of only a handful of days squished in between holiday events. Still, so needed.
I wish all readers and bloggers a peaceful winter holiday. Stay warm, enjoy delicious food and good books, and hug the people who matter.