Yes after much though deliberation and a little bit of feeling really bad to do this I have decided to postpone this weeks Sensation Season read. Everything will carry on as normal but at the moment with soooooo much on at the moment (the charity job is manic at the moment and as am leaving in just over two weeks am trying to get masses done and I am on deadline for the other job which is also madness) I think I need some contemporary comfort reading for a while and so am giving myself a small sensational break to just get lost in the modern for a weekend which I think will be spent mainly in bed. I seem to be coming down with the evil throat lurgy that we seem to be getting on these shores with the sudden season change so I think a weekend lost in some modern books will be just the thing. One of which is likely to be…
Yes the book that book bloggers everywhere are raving about, Howard’s End is on the Landing, is now in Savidge Reads Towers and all the other books are looking abit envious of not only the cover but the way I give it sideways longing stares. This is one to be treasured in bed over the weekend I think.
In other bookish news from me firstly (and very impotantly) it is Granny Savidge Reads birthday… she is 68 today! Secondly don’t forget the Susan Hill related competition on yesterdays blog. And thirdly, speaking of competitions, congrats to Fabio who was drawn from a hat last night and who has won Notwithstanding, I will email you for your details and how to get the book to you today!! Right am back off to carry on my delightful travels with Miss Garnett and Salley Vickers, what a lovely book its turning out to be!!
Sorry again about the postponement of Poor Miss Finch. It will get read in the spring, its actually one of the less sensational books, and also links with my post the other day about reading all an authors works. I need some of Wilkie’s to savour. Senstation Season will be resummed next week after some serious rest has been done. So the next Sensation Sunday read on the 25th of October will be another of the mother of all Wilkie books… No Name!