The choices are, on shelf 1 'Bleak House' which the BBC's 'Dickensian' is making me want to read, or on shelf 2 a whole lot of other books which basically add up to that one copy of 'Bleak House' and at least a few of which I might finish. I know a kindle would solve this dilemma, but as I have a pile of books on phone and iPad which I never manage to read - well maybe not so much. Anyway there's a lot of fun in choosing which books to take away....
See you in the New Year!
Happy New Year - enjoy the reading, and thank you for being one of my favourite reads throughout 2015!ReplyDelete
And happy, late, new year to you. Thank you for the compliment too (feeling very pleased with myself on the back of it).Delete
I suppose taking them all is not an option? (I always pack too many books.)ReplyDelete
Took 5, bought 4, read 5 :)Delete
I always pack too many books as I never know what type of book I will be in the mood to read: humorous memoir, Anthony Trollope, a mystery. Best to be oversupplied.ReplyDelete
It s, and they have to be books, nothing else has quite the same magic.Delete
I'm with those in the take them all camp. It never hurts to be over-prepared, especially when it comes to books!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time in Scotland and very best wishes for 2016.
Thanks, Claire. It was a lovely start to the year. To wet to go out much so lots of reading and chatting. Perfect.Delete
Happy New Year - and here's to a peaceful, book-filled (I don't think that will be a problem) break.ReplyDelete
It was all of that and wonderful - thank youDelete
I hope that you enjoyed Hogmanay!ReplyDelete
I did, and I'm back with a head full of good intentionsReplyDelete