Light holiday reading

I just had to laugh when I looked over and saw Mr NW’s bedside table. I think he’s being a bit optimistic for a two week holiday!


Mr NW has promised me he will do a proper book haul post soon.

What are you reading over the holiday break?


20 thoughts on “Light holiday reading

      1. This is my second Gaiman book, my first being American Gods. I liked the latter and am enjoying this. Am about 2/3 of the way through. I particularly enjoy his way with words, which sometimes remind me of Douglas Adams.

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  1. I would think that Oathbringer would be close to a week’s reading all by itself 🙂

    That picture illustrates why I love my kindle so much. Especially if I have to travel. No more bookbags full of epic tomes, hoping I have enough books to keep me through the time.

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    1. I’ve definitely enjoyed the convenience of eBooks but it’s generally hard for me to connect wit the book if I haven’t read it before… travelling is a good point, though!

      And yes, I like to call Sanderson books “bludgeoning objects.” 😛

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  2. I just got back from a 7 day cruise – no kids – and have made a horrifying discovery. Apparently I can’t just sit and read for hours anymore. 😦 I’d like to blame the pregnancy but the physician discomfort is only a small part of it. I’m afraid I got a little bored!

    Now I have to question my whole life.

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      1. I am due in May but this one seems more uncomfortable than the others! I try to read when they are playing on their own Kindle, about an hour a day, unless I need to shower that week, or there are no clean dishes left. >.<

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  3. Omgosh I actually saw Oathbringer in a shop this afternoon and I couldn’t believe how absolutely massive it is as a hardback! Haven’t googled it yet, bit hoping the paperback will be out around end of may ready for hubby’s birthday start of June (Sanderson is his fave ^_^)

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  4. I’ve been enjoying this:
    Children of Time: Winner of the 2016 Arthur C. Clarke Award

    Enjoying your enthusiasm for books. Fabulous!


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