Tomorrow is the first day of winter. We have our ever-faithful winter companions of snowdrifts and icicles to keep us cozy and indoors. I, personally, am keeping warm with thick sweaters and socks and extra heat on my bed.
Along with books, of course, which warm the heart.
awards self Pulitzer prize for that sentence of literary excellence
I'm currently reading L.M. Montgomery (Anne of Windy Poplars) and Nicholas Nickleby. Both are amazing good fun. I'm also watching Bleak House.
(Is reading Dickens and watching Dickens too much Dickens for one Dickensian fangirl? Of course not.)
All right, all right. I'll leave you my winter reading list and stop trying to make up bad jokes.
Been waiting to read this
I'm going to co-read this with Annie Hawthorne so we can discuss and swap thoughts/feels/etc.
I can't remember what I'm going to start with, to be honest, but I think it's The Brothers Karamazov. Or Crime and Punishment. Whatever is the bigger one. High time to crack into Russian literature.
finish The Book of Lost Tales, Part 2, by Tolkien
Two years on the TBR stack is long enough, especially since I promised to read the Fall of Gondolin long ago.
God and Charles Dickens
One I very much want to finish before the winter season is out, so I can draw some intelligent conclusions on his life.
There you are, folkies. Small. Hopefully manageable and accomplishable. What do you want to read this winter? I'd love to know!