School holidays are right around the corner (for some of us). What are you reading at the moment, and are you enjoying it so far? If you have kids, do you have any books lined up to read to them over the school break?
I'm being a bit fickle, as per usual, and have a few books on the go at once:
I'm Behind You, by John Alan Lindquist, a thriller about a group of families who are staying in a caravan park when something happens and they find they are alone there and trapped. It's creepy, and I really have no idea how it will end. So far, so good.
Only Dead on The Inside- a tongue in cheek book about parenting during the zombie apocalypse. It's fun so far.
Since those two are on Kindle and my Kindle was out of battery the other day when I wanted something to read I have started It Depends What You Mean by Extremist by John Safran, which is about his interviewing various far right extremists. It's pretty interesting, but I'll probably pick it up again once I've finished the other two.
I'm listening to Anne of Green Gables on audio. I haven't read it in years, and I'm surprised how much of it I remember.
On the break I'll be reading my kids some Enid Blyton. They've been enjoying the Magic Faraway Tree Books, and I think we'll start on The Wishing Chair after that.