Is your weather turning cooler? Does that invite you to spend more time curled up with a book and a cup of tea? We’ve had about three hours of Fall here in Texas, but for one reason or another, I’ve spent several days over the last couple of weeks curled up with a book or two.
I’ve decided I’m pretty hopeless at listing what I might read in any given month (or being organized enough to keep up with my deadlines so that I can accurately predict what I might read), but I’m a reader, not a analyzer. I know some of you may be both, but me — I play fast and loose with my to-be-read pile.
Now that I’ve subjected you to my Nightstand treatise, get me back by posting your own and linking up below, or even if you don’t do that, find out more about the inner workings of the bookworm mind by visiting around some of the others.
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Barbara H. says
I don’t always keep strictly to my reading plans, either. I like the freedom to pick up something else I am in the mood for or come across or feel led to pursue. But having some kind of plan of action helps me incorporate some books I wouldn’t otherwise get to.
Lisa of Hopewell says
“Free Spirit” and “Lowlands” are going on my to-read list.
Jen E says
I’m super late linking up, but better late than never right?For me, when it comes to reading plans – I like to make the list because it gives me a chance to look through my books and remember what I\\\’ve got and then prioritize a bit – but I don\\\’t necessarily feel any great need to stick to that plan. If that makes any sense :O)