I love books - ever since I could read it has been one of my very favourite things to do. When we were kids we would go to bed early because it meant mum would let us keep the light on and read for a half hour or so. At highschool I always had a novel with me - for the school bus or the playground or a warm corner of the library in the winter.
As an adult I have increasing found it is something that I 'don't have time for' - especially now I don't catch a bus to and from work. Ofcourse, the case is really more that I simply don't seem to be able to get it together to make time for.
To help get back into the habit of making the time, I'm bringing back the early bedtime = reading time rule
I'm starting with this one:
Jane Austen's Emma (my lovely Penguin clothbound classic edition.)
I've got a little note up in the top lefthand corner there of what I'm reading - I'll try to keep it up-to-date, in case you're interested, and I'd love any recommendations if you've read something totally ace recently =)