(doodle by Ed<3)
I say cover because we sleep with just a comforter so, no i didn't forget the s :) I pretty much do all my reading in bed after Ed goes to sleep. 1. Thank goodness for kindles it was really hard to hold a book and turn pages under the cover. 2. Thank goodness for the lighted kindle cover! now I dont have to have my ds propped up facing my kindle, that was extra fun trying to turn the pages of a thick book.
I know I should not stay up so late, i try and only read for 30 min to an hour but the last book I was really into I read for 3 hours without realizing! This is most definitely why I get so tired during the day and end up taking a nap. I dont find much time during the day to read and i really look forward to my time under the cover, knowing Ed is peacefully asleep and keeping me warm and not thinking about a damn thing besides what's going on in the current story. As you can see from the list below i went through a slew of polygamy survivor books, those led to creepy crime books. I was reading some on the treadmill which was a nice way to get that in but I've found listening to embarrassing pop music on Pandora is more benifical to getting my fitness on. Gosh I love technology<3 I recently signed up for audible, for me it's a great alternative to netflix when I'm working. This way 30 minutes doesn't pass between a stitch because my eyes are glued on my laptop :) Also audio books are a great way to "read" books that I otherwise probably wouldn't get through, like Great Expectations.
Since we've been here(May)I've read(under the covers):
The Sookie Stackhouse series (currently on #9)
Inside Peyton Place: The Life of Grace Metalios (talking a break)
6 books by Steve Chandler (which I highly recommend if you're into "self help" motivational stuff)
What are you reading? When do you get your reading in? Have you converted to a Kindle? If you're against them believe me after 10 minutes with one you'd be sold.