Since I've been doing a lot of either spinning or Sekret Projek Nitting, I've been indulging in some good books via Audible, downloaded to my Kindle. I've found a few that I had vaguely remembered thinking "Oh yeah... I want to read THAT", and through the magic of Amazon's "recommended for you" list, a few things I didn't know about, but I am always in the market for a good read.
Do you have a great book you just could not stop reading? Or one that you've read and re-read and you love as a 'classic' on your bookshelf? Doesn't have to be an Audible book. I'm happy to read things in print too, but I would love to have suggestions from blog-readers on things they've enjoyed.
Right now, I'm reading Bone Rattler, a recommendation from my Da, who likes historical fiction as much as I do usually.
And I'm listening to A Game of Thrones as an Audible book (32 hours or something - that should keep me occupied for a few days anyway, eh?). And I have Charles de Lint's Moonheart up next in the queue.
All for now....