Submitted to Photo Friday as inspired by the word 'Bedtime.' It's likely not news to anyone who knows me, but for me, sleep is almost a nightly battle. It's hard work to fall asleep, harder to stay asleep, and rarely do I manage more than five hours a night. When it's being elusive, I read - which is actually one of the worst things to do, but it's that or go crazy. Or more crazy.
And because I'd want to know, since I'm just that intrusive, the titles of the books are behind this cut.
From left to right: THE THIRD ANGEL, Alice Hoffman; THE FIRE, Katherine Neville; A CASE OF EXPLODING MANGOES, Mohammed Hanif; THE LIES OF LOCKE LAMORA, Scott Lynch; FATA MORGANA, Reginald Shepherd; THE BROTHERS BISHOP, Bart Yates; YOU BETTER WATCH OUT, Greg Malone; THE BOOK THIEF, Markus Zusak; PENANCE, Rick Reed; FOOL FOR LOVE, Ed. Becky Cochrane and Timothy J. Lambert; SWISH, Joel Derfner; MAGIC FOR BEGINNERS, Kelly Link; DESIGN FLAWS OF THE HUMAN CONDITION, Paul Schmitberger; TOMBS OF ENDEARMENT, Casey Daniels; OBSESSED, Rick Reed; TRANSGRESSIONS, Erastes; PRACTICAL MAGIC, Alice Hoffman.
In front, the current "bedside" books: MURDER IN THE GARDEN DISTRICT, Greg Herren; LOVE, BOURBON STREET, ed. Greg Herren and Paul Willis; AT LEAST IN THE CITY SOMEONE WOULD HEAR ME SCREAM, Wade Rouse.
- Current Mood: awake