Truth be told, I'm still a bit under-the-weather as I write this (from the comfort of my bed), but the difference is that I'm breathing without assistance from the makers of DayQuil and Sudafed, I'm even dressed and was busy cleaning the bedroom - until my nose turned into a faucet and my energy level decided I didn't pay my bill. Must be time to settle back on the bed and write up a little review of my illness literature - and I do use the word "literature" in the lightest sense. So without further wordiness, I give you: Books to Read While Feeling Fuzzy In Your Head (i.e. easy reading).
Book #1: The Case of the Missing Servant by Tarquin Hall. I first heard about this book in early Deceember while reading a book review in World magazine . What caught my attention was:
1) It was a mystery - I'm a sucker for those
2) It involved culture - I love culture
3) The writer of the review said, "Although slightly edgier than Alexander McCall Smith's No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, it is in the same vein." - that was enough for me.
I'll link up at the next Life as MOM Booking It post on February 11th - make sure you head over there to read other book reviews and possibly find a new favorite book for 2011.