My bookaholic ways may be getting out of hand.
I probably have 20 books, already purchased and waiting to be read. Yet I continue to restlessly troll bookstores online, looking for more. This is, in part, due to my need to read according to mood. I can buy a book or two but, by the time I’m done with whatever it is that I’m reading at the moment, I’m no longer in the mood to read the new book. It won’t go to waste; I’ll read it when the mood swings back around. But in the meantime… I hunt for the next book. Or two. Or three. I’ve bookmarked so many books for future consideration that I’ve had to create a bookmark folder just for those potentials.
The one bright spot, other than having plenty of reading material, is that some Nook and Kindle (yes, I finally downloaded the app) books are much cheaper, even free. Most of the ones I buy aren’t, mind you. But I’ve scored a couple of times.
Boy, that sounds like an addict right there. Or like a frat boy. But I’m more comfortable with the addict comparison.
So many books and, for now at least, time to read them!
Breaking away from book talk for a moment, what did you House fans think of the finale?
Here again I’m probably revealing my tweaked thinking, but I have to say that I loved it. First of all, Taub’s situation at the end cracked me up, perhaps more than was meant. Normally it would irritate me, but it just struck me as funny this time.
More than that, though, was House’s action. I know that I should think it was messed up, and I do. What if Cuddy’s daughter Rachel had been hurt?
Yet I have to admit there was something incredibly satisfying about what he did. I smiled along with him because, though I would never do the same thing, there’s a part of me that would have wanted to, given the circumstances.
I don’t know how things will play out next season, how he’ll bounce back. But man, that ending was good.