Considering I’ve been off work this week and not really been commuting, I don’t think I’ve done too badly. I’ve called time on the Sarah Waters – there’s so much else I’d rather be reading, and it’s lingered for two months not being read, so I’ve given up. I’ll keep it around – and I may return to it – but enough people (including The Boy) have told me that it wound them up or left them unsatisfied that I thought I’d rather spend my time on stuff I do enjoy.
I’m trying to delay reading the last Parasol Protectorate story – because once I read it, I’m out of Gail Carriger to read until her next book comes out (in 2015!) so the purchase of a couple of Ngaio Marsh omnibuses in Foyles double Foyalty points promotion last weekend has bee fortuitous. A bit of Golden Age crime is an excellent distraction!
The Greatest Love Story of All Time by Lucy Robinson
The Grand Duchess of Nowhere by Laurie Graham
One Upon A Christmas Kiss by Manda Collins
How The In-Laws Wrecked Christmas by Fiona Gibson
A Grosvenor Square Christmas by Anna Campbell, Shana Galen, Vanessa Kelly and Kate Noble
Heartless by Gail Carriger
Died in the Wool by Ngaio Marsh
Final Curtain by Ngaio Marsh
Goodbye Picadilly by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
Emma by Alexander McCall Smith
Swing, Brother, Swing by Ngaio Marsh
More Fool Me by Stephen Fry
The Goddess and the Thief by Essie Fox
A couple of books bought this week – both Christmas released from Authors that I enjoy, so they’ll probably appear here soon!