Hiatus

When times get hectic, there simply aren’t enough hours per day to keep up with all things that I enjoy.  Watching television, exercising, sleeping, keeping in touch with friends and family – all of these seem to fall by the wayside. Reading, however, does not.  There’s still enough time each day to carve out a small space for curling up with a good book.

Blogging about said reading…well, that’s just not as important.

Having just completed an intensive three-week work assignment and now preparing to leave the country for a family wedding, my free time hasn’t yet materialized.  However, I fully expect to be back with more on-line literary musings by the middle of September.

In the meantime, my reading list for the next few weeks includes the following possibilities:

  • Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis
  • The Talisman and Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie
  • Dangerous Laughter by Steven Millhauser

I probably won’t be able to get through all five books considering my time restraints, although I will have a few long airplane rides.  Suggestions or comments on any of these would be most appreciated.

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One comment

  1. As far as the reading goes, based on what I’ve learned about you (via your posts) you should love salman rushdie.Concerning the blogging its there to promote reading, not get in its way, so will see you in september or when you have time.

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