Do you hear that? That tapping? No, it's more like a rattle. Something shaking or quivering and making a tap-tap-tap-tap-tap sound. Every time I make a move. It's driving me nuts. But I can't figure out where it's coming from. Just a second while I change chairs.
OK. Starting over. Now then, what's been going on? Well, we got the bedroom rearranged. Got a lot of stuff stored. Got rid of a lot of junk. Got my work area out of the bedroom and into the study.... I know that's not what you want to hear about, but that is why I haven't been getting much reading done so far in September. Well, that and all that U.S. Open tennis I've been watching. But that's all behind me now and it's back to the books – or, as George Costanza would say, I'm back, baby, I'm back!
So, here's how things stack up:
- Last couple of weeks -
Finished All Is Forgotten, Nothing Is Lost by Lan Samantha Chang (should have a review up shortly)
Finished The Inheritance by Simon Tolkien (ditto on the review)
- This week -
Reading Anne Fortier's Juliet which I started last month.
- In the wings -
Too much to choose from, as usual. But I'm thinking it'll probably be something for the RIP/V Challenge, so some of the possibilities are Stephen King's The Dark Half which I got from the library last week, or Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle, which has been on my TBR list for decades now (I'm determined to get it read this year). Or maybe something by Agatha Christie – haven't read anything by Dame Agatha in several years, and I've got a sudden hankering for some nice cozy Marple or Poirot.
So that's my reading life at the moment. Now if I can just figure out where that tapping is coming from (it obviously wasn't the chair) – I'll be able to get back to it.
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