I am reading Spinning Silver for sci fi/fantasy bookclub on Sunday. My mom saw me reading it and commented that the book was huge (466 pages). She usually sees me reading on my Kindle, and it seems that she doesn’t realize that there are many many more pages in the Kindle than in a paper book. She just can’t see them, since they are digital.
I tend to read the Kindle in bed, so I don’t have to turn lights on and fully wake up. Even with the reading light, the paper books are more likely to keep me awake or to keep me from falling back asleep.
I also am supposed to finish We’re going to need more wine for a Goodreads group challenge by Thursday.
The Swing of Things is what I’m reading on my Kindle right now, while I am in bed or on the treadmill. It’s just for me.
Skinwalker is due for sci fi/fantasy bookclub on Sunday, too, as an alternate book. I don’t think I’m going to get to it, though. It’s a library book, so it might be headed back before I get to it.
Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows is on the list for Vegas bookclub, but it’s not due until the week before Christmas.
I already read the book for tomorrow’s book club. I am glad, since it wasn’t a favorite book, and I don’t have to read it again.
Curse of the Lord of Darkness needs to be read and reviewed soon.
Neverending Story is for a buddy read with a very patient online friend/reading buddy. I carry the book with me, but I tend to grab my Kindle when I am out and about. I need to pick up the paper books more.