Sorry it has been quiet here of late; I spent a bit of a week on vacation in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where warm water flows freely from the earth but Internet connectivity does not.
Hot Springs does not apparently have any used book stores, either, so when we wanted reading material, we went to Books-a-Million, which is a chain.
I hit the discount rack and bought a couple things for my boys and a couple things for myself.
The books I bought for me include:
- How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It by James Wesley, Rawles. I don’t know why he puts that comma there, but I know enough about this author to know to include it.
- Confucius by Meher McArthur.
- Righteous Indignation by Andrew Breitbart.
- The Promise by Robert Crais (whose earliest published work, I remind you, I have).
- We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist.
That’s five books. I read a total of three while on vacation (including a library book). So my library still continues to grow faster than I can read it.
Perhaps I need to take more vacations to locations without Internet and with no book stores in three hours’ drive (as history has proven, a mere hour’s drive won’t stop me).