My “to read” drawer

This is my "to read" drawer.  It fits under my bed and seems to always be this full.  In know that I have 3 books under the Christmas tree to add to this collection. Possibly four – it was a bit hard to tell in the prodding because something else is in the package! πŸ™‚

I am currently reading an Ian Rankin "Rebus" book  – only 2 more to go in the Rebus series.

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  1. omg! haha. i've got 2 drawers of books to read! (because they're slightly on the small side). and i have no idea when i can actually finish reading all of them, because i keep on buying new ones! have fun reading your stack this holiday πŸ˜€

  2. oh! very easy. very very very easy. we have 3 huge Borders around the city centre and plenty of other bookstores around. almost every mall (and there's plenty of them here) have at least one bookstore. of course there are some books that you need to order online (or get the store to order it for you), but chances are if it's on whatever awards list, bookcharts, bookclubs, it'll be here πŸ™‚

  3. I only discovered Ian Rankin's Rebus series this year when I read an article in the New York Times. I immediately bought the first one and really enjoyed it so bought the whole series except the last one which is still in hardback – I will get it as soon as it comes into paperback. When I have finished them I post them to my mother in Australia.

  4. LOL @ the beading books… thankfully, my DH has only mentioned ONCE to me that I have a whole cupboard full of beads and beadmaking stuff and when am I going to give it a try.So far as the stack…coooool beans!

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