Hi everyone. It's a cold Saturday morning here and that seems the perfect setting to do a book post.
It's time for me to wrap up 2021's books with my December book post. I can tell it was the holiday season by the choices of books I read. Some of them had holiday themes, and some of them were just easy reads.
Although I enjoyed all the books I read or listened to last month, I found it hard to pick up an actual book and sit down to read for awhile. My focus was there for listening, but for reading a book, not so much. I'm not sure if it was because many of the books I picked weren't grabbing my attention, or if I was just busy and going through a reading slump month. If I listed all the actual books I had started to read last month and then put down, this would be a much longer post.
So here's what I did read and also listened to for those of you enjoy reading book posts.
This month started off with some Agatha Christie stories.
This first book I found in my attic while taking out my holiday decorations. Many years back, at a suggestion of a friend, I had stored some of my book overflow in boxes in the attic.
That worked OK until I didn't know what was boxed up in the attic because I had too many boxes. I did a big cleaning a few years back, and now, every time I go up in the attic to get something or to return something whose season is over, I bring down a pile of books that didn't get cleaned out. Somehow this Agatha Christie non-fiction volume must have been mistakenly put up there. Rather than put it in a donation pile or on my actual bookshelf, I decided to read it as it was a new story to me.