I enjoy many Autumn activities, but one of my favorite is reading. Can't find time to read? You should try what I call "snatch reading". Five minutes here, five minutes there. It works well, especially if you're only reading one book and use a post it note to keep track of what paragraph you're reading. Once upon a time, it was the only reading I did. I have to admit, I cannot limit myself to one at a time. I love to have at least one audio book in my Scribd app, a book on my Kindle, and real paper books going as well. Taking a book along everywhere gives you the chance to snatch a free moment to read a bit. Beats scrolling!
Here's my current list:
Yours Cheerfully by AJ Pearce ~ Just finished on Scribd. Interesting novel about a lady journalist writing about and helping English War workers in WWII England.
Just Open the Door by Jen Schmidt ~ Just finished ~ Challenging!
John Adams by David McCullough ~ Currently listening on Scribd. This is really long.
Death by Cashmere by Sally Goldenbaum
Stranded (Ivy Malone Mystery) by Lorena McCourtney
Mrs. Sharp's Traditions fall section by Sarah Ban Breathnachs
A Royal Christmas A Christmas Novella by Melody Carlson
The Hawthorne Legacy by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Mere Christianity by CS Lewis ~ I need to borrow this from the library again.
Fall weather is great for a little porch reading with a nice cup of something hot.
Happy reading friends!