SoCS: Lined up to be consumed

I have so many books (paper backs) lined up in my shelf right now, that I am confused as to which one to pick. They are not the usual romantic ones I usually go for between my hectic work, because these quick reads help me relax. These books were bought because they are quite engaging, like the ‘Crime and Punishment‘ and ‘When Nietzsche Wept‘. Currently those two books hold the longest time that I have taken to read because they were too complex for my understanding and I had to read them slowly. And those two are among my most favorites. And since these books that are lined up next need my attention to get into the details, I need more time, other than my work and the blog, to get involved and that would also mean that I will have very less sleep πŸ™‚ Currently my work is lightly paced since last week, but with the oncoming 2 week vacation I cannot pick up any heavy reads. Once I am back in mid April and unwind, I should probably start with them one by one from May. And hopefully my work also will be light then, at least for a month or so.


This is posted as part of SoCS

I was inspired by my photo of this morning to make this week’s prompt something to do with being aligned, lined up, or a drawn line. Please include this as a theme, or a word, or the title… whatever you want.


P.S: This week’s prompt threw me out of the loop. And this was the best I could get to do πŸ™‚

8 thoughts on “SoCS: Lined up to be consumed

      1. I always mean just to read a few chapters and go to bed but somehow it seems I open a book, look up and it 3 in the morning – just like that and I’ve finished it.

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  1. I can so relate. My stack of ‘to-reads’ is getting longer and the time I actually spend reading is getting shorter. I need to schedule my time better.
    Thanks very much for joining in SoCS. πŸ˜€

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  2. I haven’t read either. Right now I use every free minute to read “The girl with the dragon tatoo” but lined up are “Sultana’s Dream” and “How to be a heroine”. Only on the kindle though and from the library I am afraid.

    Thanks for sharing your SoCS

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