... and barely any energy to read.
But I have got through the following in the past couple of weeks (heading to bed at 9 p.m. Baby Bedtime helps).
Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt
A good, fast read. Great attitude. Not wholly compelling storyline but
well written enough to keep my attention.
What Was Lost by Catherine O'Flynn
What can I say but 'Brilliant' in craft, theme, story.
What Einstein Told His Cook: Kitchen science explained
Great bedtime reading, just one topic at a time. Answers to all the quesitons I may ever have had about kitchen alchemy.
A gruelling read, but well-worth it. Stunning premise, seeped with poignancy.
Just one more week winding up the old job, getting settled in the new one - total exhaustion. But light is visible at the end of the tunnel. MY last day at the library - and retirement party - is Feb. 29, then I'll be a part-time person for real, with at least two days a week to write.
What a blessing!