I would go refill that wine-glass, but I am SO sleepy already. That migraine like-to-kilt me yesterday, and today was a kinda rough day at work, so I’m better off with no more red wine. Digit, however, says, he approves of me tucked up on my writing chair and not off at work. And he says hello to you. Of course.
Me: I’m in an acquisitive mood. I get like this sometimes. I don’t crave purses or shoes or clothes, ever. I crave either music or books (and sometimes yarn). And I mean I crave them like I crave water. The cravings don’t overlap; I either want New Music or I want New Books. When I’m dying for new authors, I am soothed by music I already know and own. And when I have enough to read, or when I’m content in the depths of a comfortable book, I spend hours cruising the "Listeners Also Bought" aisles at the all-night iTunes store, trying to resist the "Buy Song" urge.
But right now it’s books. I love my Kindle more than I ever thought I would, and I worry that I’ll soon read all the words in the world. (Did you know that Milton is said to be one of the last people ever to have read all the words written? Thanks to his poor daughter, blind old Milty got through most or perhaps all of the written world available at the time. Love me some Milton, still sorry for his daughter.) But really: What’s the best thing you’ve read recently and why? Please?
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