The stars and the planets will guide you but it’s your heart that’ll show you the way when you get there.
Trust the sky. Trust yourself.
I fucking love you Amazon Prime!
After ages, I finally charged my Kindle and I’m reading a sample of Ursula Le Guin’s “Lavinia”. I haven’t read her books before but I’m hoping to persuade Amazon to make them available for purchase on Kindle. I’m in the mood for alternative science fiction.
In fact! My Kindle has one Frank Beddor novel ready for me to read (FINALS ARE OVER): “ArchEnemy (3rd Book of ‘The Looking Glass Wars Trilogy’)”! Albeit, you’ll probably find it in Charlotte (my older sister)’s Kindle soon. Oh wait… I’m not in the mood for a fantasy trilogy. That’s fantasy.
Books on my list to read over the break:
- The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier (Completed)
- A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
- Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates
There are other books in my small collection (after moving 3 times in the past 2 years) that would like my attention, but I’ve packed half of them in a box.
You may not care, but I’m moving in May/June 2013 into a new house owned by my older sister, Charlotte and her boyfriend, Billy.
At present, my room isn’t spacious enough to store my mini-library. When I need to buy new, practical things like… shoes and blankets… my books suffer. :(
It is my sincerest hope that I will be able to find good reads on my Kindle. As I don’t want to fill most of my room or future, more spacious! bedroom, with books. No, no. I’ll be allowed to do this when I find my own space… like maybe a studio in Texas or somewhere with extreme weather.
Until then, a Kindle will have to make up for it.