My Winter Reading List

You might think that the queen of lists would have a winter reading list, but the truth is I have never made a list of things I want to read based on what season it happens to be. In fact, I don’t even understand the concept. Should there be hot books for summer and cool books for winter? Maybe some warm fuzzy ones for December and refreshing snappy biting page turners for the beach in July?

At the moment I’m having recurring freak outs because I don’t have a charger cord for my Kindle. It’s on order and it’s been shipped, but the e.t.a. is between the 22nd and 24th of December! My Kindle can’t hold a charge for that long! Even with the wireless turned off! Especially since I can’t just turn it off and stop using it even though living in fear of it powering out is making me a bit crazy.

Of course there are real books and my phone has the Kindle App and I could read things on my lap top, but I don’t want to. I want a fully charged Kindle and I want it NOW. Poor me.

Okay, sorry, that was way off topic. But since I don’t get seasonal reading lists, that seemed to be at least vaguely related. Currently I’m reading Alan Bradley’s “I Am Half Sick of Shadows”. I love Flavia de Luce from “The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie”, “The Weed That Strings the Hangman’s Bag”, and “A Red Herring Without Mustard” and this latest one is yet another of her mystery/adventures.

So there you go. I talked about reading and I made a sort of list. And it’s definitely winter out there. I think that’s all the bases covered for this go round.

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