Another type of post it seems like ages since since I’ve done. The Sunday Salon.
On Wednesday, after work, I’m heading over to Leeds to go see Jasper Fforde, who’s stopping by the Waterstones store to promote the seventh Thursday Next novel, The Woman Who Died a Lot, which has just been released here in the UK.
Just after I booked a ticket, I realised that I still had the previous book, One of Our Thursday’s is Missing, sitting in the T.B.R. pile waiting to be read, where it’s been sitting since March last year.
Even worse it’s sitting next to his Shades of Gray book. (Had to be careful to link to the right book there! ). I got both of these books, if not in the week of release, very soon afterwards.
These are books by one of my favourite authors, so it has to be said I was slightly shocked that I hadn’t got around to reading them yet. So that is what I am planning to do with my Sunday reading. Try to read as much of the Thursday Next as I can, so I can finish it by Wednesday.
So, over to you. We all have books that have languished in our T.B.R. piles for longer than we had planned, but which one are you most shocked at, is still in yours?