Falling behind isn’t the name of a book, it’s my state of being.
There are obvious upsides and downsides to a Kindle.
On the upsides, I’m getting a lot more reading done, and I love the e-Ink screen. The light on the case makes it easy to read while putting the kids to sleep without searching for my always missing flashlight or book cliplight. The Kindle’s always with me, at work, in the car, whereever. If I’ve got 5 minutes to kill, I’ve got a good way to kill it handy.
The downsides are primarily that I’m a little too Amazon-centric as it is, and it is Way Too Easy to buy a book. I’m going to reign that in. Really.
But also, I fall behind in this blog.
So I’m making some notes on recently read books I need to write about:
God, No! by Pen Jillette
Rhubarb by M.H. Van Keuren (I really want to talk abou this one)
You Are Not So Smart by David McRaney
All three of these deserve more than a paragraph of commentary, so… until there is time, there they’ll sit.