February Reads

This is a lot later than initially planned, but life and feeling ill got in the way. So, uhm, better late than never?

This month, I plan on reading as many books as possible, hopefully 8, so I can catch up. So far I’ve read one book, and have two more on the go. I have the next five days off of work, which gives me time to finish those two and hopefully squeeze in a 3rd by Thursday.

My list this month consists of the books I didn’t get in last month, plus a few more. They are:

  • The Blackstone Chronicles by John Saul (read)
  • Before I say Good-Bye by Mary Higgins Clark
  • The Limehouse Text by Will Thomas
  • The Hellfire Conspiracy by Will Thomas
  • The Regulators by Richard Bachman (Stephen King)
  • A Soul to Take by C.N. Bean
  • Detective by Arthur Hailey
  • Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

The last book may not come in from the library in time, so I may choose a different book instead. Either way, I’m liking the lineup I have. And now two views from the sun room at work (I work in a hospital on the shores of Lake Ontario, the sun room is a place where patients and their families can go sit and look out at the lake or watch TV together).

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The glare from the glass block dividing wall is annoying, but still a beautiful sunset that I enjoyed during my dinner break on an evening shift.
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A snowy/foggy morning. A few minutes after taking this picture, the sun tried to peek through the clouds, giving everything a wonderful glow.
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