My reading has slowed down considerably, again. I did manage to finish the latest Peter Grant/Rivers of London book, False Value, by Ben Aaronovitch. It took me a week and a half, but it was a really good book. Whilst doing other things I’ve been listening to Usher’s Passing, by Robert R. McCammon, which I’m also enjoying.
Animal Crossing New Horizons is taking up a good chunk of my daily recreational time, still. I’m also working on my biggest diamond painting yet (I have an even bigger one to do after that), but at least I can listen to an audio book when diamond painting.
I’ve been doing some wishlisting on the Audible website. I’ve decided that when I get my next credit I’m going to get either Stephen King’s The Stand (if I’m in the mood for it), which is almost 48 hours long. Or, if I’m not in the mood for The Stand, I’m going to get Sherlock Holmes: The Definitive Collection, read by Stephen Fry, which is almost 72 hours long. I’ve also added several books to my wishlist which are between 20 and 30 hours long. I’ll probably won’t be able to finish the Sherlock Holmes in one month, which isn’t a bad thing. That way I get a chance to accumulate some points to spend on book that are shorter. I will be seeking out longer books to listen to, at least for now. If I manage to build up a library with longer ones I can also get some shorter audiobooks that interest me.
On my eReader I started Mortal Arts by Anna Lee Huber, second book in her Lady Darby series, yesterday. I did a lot of reading, so hopefully I can finish the quicker than my last couple of books.