Well hello! Did you enjoy my (rather tardy) book a day feature? Brave book bloggers have soldiered on with July, but I am going to have a break and get back to my more typical posts. I wrote all of the book a day posts in one sitting, which means that I have a whole month's reading to blog about over the next few weeks.
There is no doubt about it, I have been binge reading of late. It started when The Delightful Mr F and I went on holiday. As always when we go on holiday, a large number of books were packed into the car which, on this occasion, were transported to Wales. Now, Wales is a really beautiful place, but one doesn't generally go there expecting good weather. But, oh how the sun shone! It was truly glorious, and we were installed in a cosy cottage with stunning views. It meant that we spent an entire week sat in the garden looking at the valley below, reading our way through the aforementioned literary delights.
It was during this week that I discovered something rather intriguing... I am researching it a little at the moment, and will reveal all in a later blog post. However, this revelation has driven me to ditch many rather boring and irrelevant activities in favour of even more reading time. Consequently I have many a good book to recommend to you, once I have written the posts up.
The books include, a wonderful and touching story about a girl who meets a vagabond, an obese ex-lecturer and his letter writing to an old friend, a man who is advised to carry a towel everywhere, and a young girl in search of her cello playing mother.
So, what have you been reading over the summer?