Doing the 30 min a day thing and reading while I eat lunch have helped me work my way through two Anne Bronte books this spring/summer. The bigger collection is in one book with thin pages, like Bible paper. I'm not sure I want it in the peanut butter territory, but night stand reading will work. Lunch reading is taking me through a great biography on Quanah Parker.
This week Amazon sent me THE MILLIONAIRE REAL ESTATE INVESTOR and THE MILLIONAIRE REAL ESTATE AGENT (well, I had to order them) They will add to the studying books -- My Christmas gifts were pruning/grafting books and a tool box with pruning tools. Will learning the language of investment and the language of tree pruning and grafting become tangles in my vocabulary?
My youngest grandson is coming today. We're going to go to the local used book store and do some TRADING. I have a few things that aren't collection material and will provide him with 'currency' to choose some books for himself.
Yesterday, one of the boys told me they are taking the newsest Harry Potter book along on a road trip to read aloud. I often read aloud while Richard drives. We like Lillian Jackson Braun among many others.
I get completely out of control at those Friends of the Library sales. Completely!