Friday, November 5, 2010

Rainy Day Reading-Time.

Here in Australia, we've been having some really unusual weather.  With our Summer approaching, it's supposed to be getting hotter; however that's not what happening.  Instead, it's been staying cooler and it's raining as well.  We're getting our fair share of storms as we've been expecting, but it's the heat we're missing right now.
So, this is keeping me holed up in the house reading a great series of books that arrived on my doorstep about a month ago.  It's the Midnight Breed series by Lara Adrian and I'm up to book four of six; and I'm reading these books at such a pace it's unbelievable!  I don't read books this fast usually and I'm just zooming through them as they're so addictive.
Before these, I was reading 'The Monkey's Mask' by Dorothy Porter.  This had me hooked from the first verse; and didn't let me go; what a book!  Otherwise, these next few books are going to be taking me right up until the Christmas holiday reading time where I'll get my nose into some serious sci-fi; as my Sci-fi bookbox came home this week.  In it, I found 'Neuromancer' by William Gibson.  This is a book I've had on my Bookcrossing wish list for a long time; and it was inside this box!  What a thrill to see it in there!  I'm looking forward to getting my nose into its pages when I'm at the coast.  Let's just hope it's not raining.


  1. Hey there:
    I have stopped posting to the 365 Project for a while - this is a very busy time for us - we have 4 birthdays coming up, lots of company, holiday parties, know, all the stuff that goes along with holidays and birthdays! Anyway, just wanted you to know that I am not posting pictures but am still blogging and noticed you had a new thought I'd say hi. Making comments on 365 just takes so much time...I have missed quite a few projects that I need to finish. Take care...I do check you photos from time to time...but have not commented since I'm vacationing from "comments". Take Care! Carolyn

  2. Hey, that's cool, Carolyn. At this time of year, I can understand that everyone is busy with all things Christmas. So, I'll be doing my usual rounds of Christmas reading and holiday book buys and all the rest and still posting up here so you can all catch up with it all when things slow down enough for you do just that.

    enjoy the time away from the computer; it's the family who is most precious and grow so fast.