Despite just having backed/pre-ordered a new bag the other day more or less on a whim, this is totally me. I’m definitely guilty of owning, and not using them for whatever reasons, way too many bags. But then again, managed a whole year not buying a new one though.
Finally signed up for Storytel, think Spotify for audiobooks, and been enjoying it a lot so far. Doesn’t seem to have as large catalogue as Audible, but so far there doesn’t seem to be a shortage of things that I like. Wish it had support for chapters and Chromecast.
Appointment at the service station at 10:30. A couple of coffees, one McFeast menu and two hours later I’m still waiting for them to even start changing the battery. At least the coffee is free. This is where time stands still.
Many things work better for me when I have a goal, a deadline or something like this and finding motivation for reading is not that different. Now that I finished my last book it is time to think what I want to read next.
- Dan Brown: Origin
The latst book in the series with Robert Langdon. I am already half-way through this one, and like it so far.
- John Scalzi: Your Hatemail will the Rated
- John Scalzi: Don’t Live for your orbituary
- John Scalzi: The Last Colony (Old Man’s War #3)
Yes, there is a lot of Scalzi in this list, but hey, he’s great and the first two books are like a collection of blog posts from this site (which is actually a great read in itself).
View at breakfast today.
Happy to learn it was the battery after all and therefore a quick fix. In the process I also learned how to use a booster-cable without messing up the car’s computer. That I locked myself out of the appartment when the service-car arrived was of course a given.
Sometimes things are just too crazy to make up
This is actually great news. Looking forward to see which titles they have available. And of course if it is at available here: :