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Peg

So many good books, so little time! Crow Lake seems to be in good company. Meetings - darn them!

Bluestalking Reader

I feel your pain!! I have tottering piles of TBRs throughout the house, though my current pile of "actively reading" isn't as tall as it was once upon a time. Life's so hectic right now I'm having a hard time fitting in reading, but I try to get at least a little in every day. It's frustrating not having as much uninterrupted time as I used to, but I'm hoping summer vacation will allow me at least a few quiet hours... Crossing fingers.

tara

What a wonderful pile of books to be dipping in and out of. I just cannot have any more than 2, maybe 3, going at a time. I am intrigued by the Fisher biography as I have also enjoyed her writing.

Nancy

Love MFKF and read a different bio. of her recently. It's very unusual but I have never had so many books going at one time. Several lend themselves to dipping into and out of, three that cover Virginia Woolf's landscape and London walks, plus one about editing her (diaries, etc.) Just finished in time to return to the library: Cruciverbalism: A Crossword Fanatic's Guide to Life in the Grid. I can't believe that I actually bought four new books last week(!) - have finished one and dipped into two others. Our house is already sagging from the weight of all the books already here (most are TBR).

Danielle

I always have a pile of books on my nightstand as well! It's hard to resist when there are so many good stories. I am also reading The Shuttle, but I have an old copy from the library (I just ordered from Persephone, but three different books). I am enjoying it immensely!

Simon

Well, Karen, I managed A Winter Book - how about you?!

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