Local time: 17:00
Hours spent reading: 4
Pages read: 306
Books finished: 0
Raised for charity: £136.06
Waaah why has my hayfever hit me now? Or maybe it’s the dreaded lurgy? At least Anna and the French Kiss has been distracting me nicely and I’ve polished off a cinnamon bun, fresh out the oven. Yum! And we’ll soon be ordering our gourmet pizzas. I should be finished my first book soon and then I’ll probably read The Yellow Wall-Paper for the readalong. You can get the ebook for free if you want to join in.
Currently reading: Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Pages read since last update: 306
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