I’m on a roll, I guess, nothing new again. After a few days with cooler temperatures, we’re back in the mid-high 80s and beyond. No rain in the forecast for weeks yet, making this the driest late Summer-early Fall ever on record.
Barbara went to San Diego for a few days to visit daughter and grand daughters while I held the fort here. The glasses finally came and they are an improvement, but then they would have to be.
Waiting for glasses I tried an e-book which I could make large. I had picked up a $1 cheap e-copy of On Basilisk Station by David Weber, which I’d been planning to re-read anyway, and it went pretty well. I finished that and now I’m back to Inheritance, the 4th volume of the Eragon books.
Barbara finished World of Trouble by Ben H. Winters, and is now reading Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child. On her trop she wanted to take a paperback so I suggested one of Jonathan Valin’s books. She picked The Lime Pit but she said she only read a little of it on the plane.
What new books did you get, and what have you been reading?