Wish I could read more. There was a time when I was in college (and even better unemployed!) when I was ickle that it was the meat and drink of every day. I commuted a lot on buses and the DORT so it meant I had lots of time to do it I suppose and there have been a fair few times in my life since then when I’ve done the same (there was even a period a couple of years ago when my commute was a couple of house on Bus Eireann a day wither way – pain in the arse but a reader’s heaven)
At the moment what with the working, the kiddies and the 24 hour blogging(!) I find I have less time than I’d like, but I make up for it by buying stuff I like the look of when I see it and then reading three or four at a time.
At the moment I’m reading this for work purposes (but enjoying it a lot nonetheless)
Still dipping in and out of this. Got it in the brilliant Oxfam bookstore on Parliament Street for €4. It’s a 40 year old and out of print pictorial history of Portmerion – the village in Wales they filmed The Prisoner in. It’s completely fascinating.
This I’m reading for the second time for work purposes. He knew in the 60s the issues that would face media today.
And this is my current fiction fix. Only starting it but it’s great so far.
Am always looking for recommendations. What are you reading at the moment and is it any good?