Here in NZ we're just hours away from a 4 week lockdown so I'll admit reading hasn't been on my mind. Once my parents manage to get back to their home (they have a special extension to get back to our island, flight leaving tomorrow), I will feel a little more at ease though I know I won't be able to see them (hard in itself as we usually have a meal with them once a week).
A few days ago I was two thirds of the way through 'The Best of Adam Sharp' by Graeme Simsion: https://www.bookcrossing.com/---/15620476/ , a wishlist tag of last year from mattandmandy75. When I get back into it, I will go on to Spotify and listen to the soundtrack that goes with the book, while I read. Unless my wife picks up extra work before then, hopefully she'll enjoy the music too while I read.
Then comes the choosing of the next book. Anyone up for a Non-Facebook 24 hour read-a-thon set on a WEEK DAY?
I'm up for a readathon! I'm determined to finish The Land of Painted Caves (which is a bloody big book, I've been reading it since February) so this would be perfect :O)