They Just Won’t Stop Publishing

images.jpgDid anyone find something good to read this last month in the daily suggestions? I actually have several newer novels added to my list but now I have to get copies to read (digital, of course). I would say that about half of the suggested reading is from new books that pique my interest; I suppose if there wasn’t thousands of other books begging me to read them I just might make deeper inroads on my own list of suggestions.

Of course right now I’m trying to lighten my load of books for the movers so I am dedicated to subtracting titles from my Bookshelves and never never to add new books.

I got a hint that I might have some built-in bookcases in my new digs down in Florida: it’s new construction, so why not?

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More Reading In South Carolina

images-1.jpgA significant change in the construction schedule for my new digs in Florida have added almost four months to the time available for reading before I must pack up my books (the keepers). I still am being told that I will have room for my books at my daughter’s house but I still want to keep them to a minimum. This means discarding or donating books I have read, will probably never read, or have such tiny print that they might hasten the demise of my watery vision.

So, although I have been reading mostly on the iPad or iPhone, I intend to swing back to the classic ink and paper books on my shelves, not for the nostalgia of smelling the musty pages and juggling a hefty tome, but solely to reduce the number of boxes of books the movers will have to contend with (and charge me for).

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