Monday, 12 March 2012

Musing Mondays #6

This meme is hosted by Should be Reading.

Every week a new 'musing' question is posted by the host for all participants to answer in their own posts.

This week's musing is:

What book do you wish you were reading right now? Where would you take it to, if you could go anywhere to read for a while?

I really wish I was reading my current read right now - Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver. Unfortunately, I have a lot to do today, and that means that I won't be able to sit and down and read until later on this evening, when my day's work is done, and I can finally relax.
So I shall be going to the place I like to read most - my new sofa - and I shall read to my heart's content.
That's really all there is to say on this. I'm easily pleased, I guess. I don't want to head off to some exotic location, and read by the side of the pool - and I certainly don't want to read on the beach (there's far too much sand) - and it's grey and horrible here today, so the park is also out. I can't think of anything better, on a day like today, than grabbing a jumper or a blanket, and cuddling up on the sofa with my latest read.


Ella said...

Your sofa looks really comfy!! :) Hope you can read Pandemonium soon.
Thank you so much for introducing me to this meme, it's thanks to you that I know about it ^^

Amy said...

Great reading choice! Comfy sofas are the best - it's usually where I head for reading time too! :)

Here’s mine:

Janiera said...

Beautiful sofa, I'd rather be at home reading today as well. But will be reading every chance I get it!
Janiera @This is From my Heart

LibrarySnake said...

That couch looks super comfy :)

Kwizgiver said...

Cozy couch! You're the second person to mention Pandemonium as a book choice. I'll definitely have to check it out.

Laura Armstrong said...

what a fun answer!! :-) I'd love to read Pandemonium, too, right now!! in your comfy couch!! hahaha

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