Third Lot – And It’s A Lot

Stack Of Books 5

I received another stack of books from the lady in And Then There Were Two… and Second Lot

I was down to my last two borrowed books, hoping to start making a dent in the other stack of books i have, ones that i own. However it looks like i will again have two major stacks of books to read again. Plus the 100+ eBooks i have on my Kobo, the books i am reviewing for authors, and the list of books i don’t actually have a copy of but want to read. Sigh. I think that if i never did anything but read books for the rest of my life, i still wouldn’t be able to read all the books that i want to. I just have to remember to break it up and read both the books from the borrowed stack and the books that i’ve bought otherwise i will find myself in the same situation i was in with Upside Down Inside Out by Monica McInerney.

As before, i researched them all by either reading reviews of each book on Amazon or skimming through if there were no reviews to go by. Three books didn’t make it, Scandals by Penny Jordan, The Defiant Hero by Suzanne Brockmann (both because of sexual content) and The Trophy Taker by Lee Weeks (due to graphic content).

Now to relax and remind myself i love reading, that it is a pleasure and not a chore. It’s not a race to try and get through every book i want to read – it’s an adventure.


14 thoughts on “Third Lot – And It’s A Lot

  1. I am having a hard time with just six books… I can’t even imagine with all that! Wow. Wouldn’t it be cool if we could be professional readers? Just sit and read and get paid for it 🙂


    • Yes, i try not to think about it (or look at the piles of books by my bedside table) otherwise i might give myself an anxiety attack.
      OHMYGOSH. I would LOVE to be a professional reader. That would be AWESOME!!! What makes it even more awesome is that i love tea. So i could totally sit out in my garden all day every day drinking tea and reading books. And getting paid for it. Yep.


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