Oh dear – I just don’t read like I used to – the focus is not there. I get distracted by mail or by the news or by my daily doings or by just thinking. I’m currently reading one mystery while my heart is with the new “exposé” books like Disloyal by Michael Cohen or Compromised by Peter Strzok and Rage by Bob Woodward will be out on Tuesday. But I get 10 pages into something like that and my focus goes. And there are several new fictions on the market I’d love to get to. And this is saying nothing about the older history books lining themselves up on my wish list. Oh bother.
So many books so little brain.
OK, may I may a suggestion? Give your heart and soul a break from That Man!
Read a novel, preferably historical fiction. Something like Rose Tremain. Good to read, not to long, not too demanding, and (if you choose carefully) nothing to worry about except wanting to read on to find out what happens.
Oh I do enjoy Rose Tremain and I’ve read several. That’s a good idea. I also just started reading Ann Tyler again – The Redhead by the Side of the Road was delightful and maybe I’ll try another one.
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