Now, you may or may not know that my husband-to-be (12 days to go!) doesn't agree with reading books on holiday, when there's so much else to see and do (and I agree for the most part), but I sneak in a few pages when I can. This book-shunning is also a welcomed attitude when I enjoy flying solo! Those terminals in Miami and San Jose have become my 'safe reading harbour' in the many times I've flown to Costa Rica to see him.
I leave on Thursday for Costa Rica again for our wedding - and I've chosen my holiday read. It's not entirely on-theme for the trip, but it'll be a good read, I am sure. The third part in a trilogy... I loved book #1 and #2 was alright. Here's hoping the author's back to her debut best!
This trip, I will be reading MAD ABOUT THE BOY ~ Helen Fielding (otherwise known as "Bridget Jones no.3")
I've also downloaded my first novel to my tablet. I tried out a short story earlier in the year and decided firmly I preferred paperbacks to ebooks, but as you can imagine, suitcase space is at a premium, especially when I have a wedding dress to transport! So, yesterday, I chose THE FAULT IN OUR STARS ~ John Green from my Google Play shop. Again, nothing taxing, but I think it'll be a good 'un.
Anyone else read these yet?
Bring on the uncomfortable seating at my flight's gate! I've been known to read an entire book while waiting for a departure (The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho, August 2012).
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I'm a writer from Bristol, UK, with an unhealthy obsession with stationery and baking. I write magazine articles and short stories, but blogging is my real passion outlet.