Update

I am totally knackered at the moment. I didn’t sleep well last night, so please excuse any spelling, grammatical errors or just plain loss of any sort of order to this post. I have finally finished Raymond E Feist’s ‘Magician’s End’. What a fantastic end to the the Midkemia series. The end of the book was exceptional, although I will miss waiting for the next installment, since there won’t be one. I am still working on finishing Homer’s ‘The Odyssey’ but am progressing and am now going to start Alexander Pope’s ‘The Rape of the Lock’. So all in all a successful days reading. Sick days can be useful! That’s all for today as I am feeling a bit disoriented and the screen is rapidly becoming a bit of a blur.

Reading progress

Only a short post today, but I promised myself I would write something before any original posts get completely swamped by the reblogs. My reading has been going quite slowly lately and I am still working my way through Homer’s ‘The Odyssey’ and Raymond E Feist’s ‘Magician’s End’. Still waiting to start Zola’s ‘The Fortune of the Rougon’s’, and I have a few other books I am eager to get round to, including Alexander Pope’s ‘The Rape of the Lock’, but more on those later.

Even when the reading is going slowly, I still find myself buying more and more books. I think it is a kind of disease, but fortunately not one I feel I need to worry much about. Certainly it’s not one worth worrying the doctor about (the psychiatrist? Well maybe.) The only problem I have is finding the space to put these new acquisitions, since most of them are actual books, made of paper and all shiny and new. Either that or they are old and battered with the tell-tale marks of their exciting journey through time, from the moment they were published to their final resting place on my book shelves. Admittedly there is also the odd ebook (that I cannot get a hard copy of) that I read on the PC, since I have still not sunk to the depths of purchasing an actual kindle.

Well, there you have it. Like I said, little else to say today. Have a good day, I am off to read.