Your Reading List

I have gotten back into reading now that I am settled and finally finished with the divorce. It is relaxing and I enjoy reading different subjects, much more than I used to. It seemed like one I found a subject, I would go to the book store and buy as many books on that one topic, that I could find. Now, I have a whole stack of books that are from all sorts of fields. 

I am currently reading “Winter in Madrid”; it is a good read, but it took me awhile to get into it and now I can hardly put it down to go to sleep. While on our trip to PHX, I came home with three new books, but before I delve into those, I think I am going to read a book about the Lindbergh baby, or maybe one on Amelia Earhart. I also recently read an article on Eleanor Roosevelt, which has peaked my interest into more about her life. Has anyone a good recommendation on her? I am not too interested in the politics, but more her story. 

What are you currently reading? 

On My Nightstand . . .

I just have a lamp, a framed picture, an elephant and a book on my nightstand.

My latest read is Ken Follett’s “Night Over Water” that is a fictional read based on non-fictional events during WWII. It was one that Dwwindsor suggested and Nictster sent to me. 

I have not gotten too far because at the end of my cam day I am usually tired and start to drift off after a few pages, but I hope to spend some time reading it tonight and maybe tomorrow. 

What is on your nightstand?