Then, Ally Carter's Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover. This series is addicting. In a good way.
And as of this afternoon, when I brought my mother to the salon and happily sat in the sun reading while she got her hair done, I'm halfway through Ann Stampler's Where it Began. Just as the cover boasts, it is indeed unputdownable. I only put it aside tonight to write this blog post and I will, assuredly be picking it back up as soon as this post is, well, posted.
And when I finish the book at hand, this is what the stack that awaits me looks like:
Ahhhhh, heaven! And no more aimless drifting.
While we're talking about bookish things, I've been meaning to show you the gorgeous journal and pen that my daughter brought back from London for me. Love, love, love them!
Do you usually take some time between projects or do you dive right into the next story?