I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
RL has been hectic this week. I'm heading home at the end of the month, and when I booked my ticket, I hit the wrong button and it was issued in MT's name. Y'all, Qantas sucks; we called them - the priority line, mind you - for 4 DAYS and could not get a through to a human. It took my Facebook shaming them, and then 3 hours of waiting for PM responses, before we got the damn thing fixed. No circumstances exist where I want to spend 3 hours on Facebook.
BUT - yesterday was hectic for a much better reason: a friend's birthday took us out to the Yarra Valley. To a chocolate factory. For morning tea, of course. We followed it up with a trip to the local dairy and a brilliant local produce shop heading home.
Photo from web, but make the sky blue and the tree saplings in the foreground mature, and that's the view from the chocolate factory.
I have been reading though, and after finishing up The Nine Tailors for square #2 Thursday night, I had just enough time to roll and pick a book to read in bed. I rolled a 7:
Victorian gaming commission on the premises and checking for loaded dice.
This put me on Space 9. Read a book that includes a visit to a museum, a concert, a library, or a park, or that the authors name begins with one of the letters in R-E-L-A-X. I choose The Library of the Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick. The MC works in a library and there are quite a few scenes that take place in the library. This was a quick read, and I finished it last night.
First thing this morning I rolled again, and got a 3:
This put me on square 11. Read a book set in a coastal/beach region that you love, or would love to visit, or a book that has a beach or ocean on the cover. I have a Mary Kay Andrews on my TBR pile - 2 of them actually - so I'll use Beach Town - Mary Kay Andrews for this square.
Current Status (in spoiler tags b/c it's getting long): Total $56
Novelty card(s) in hand: The Cat