Let me share with you about the books I’m reading now.
I usually read more than one book at a time. I’m no bookworm-superhero, but I do have somewhat of a reading system, if I may call it that. Mornings are best for spiritual-growth, or deep non-fiction books. Evenings are for light-hearted fiction. Simple as that.
Some books get stuck on my currently-reading list.
Those of you with a keen sense of observation might have noticed that there’s precisely such a book on the right-hand column of gribook.me
Uncle Tom’s Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
I first picked it up on a lazy summer day. This, in the hope that a good classic might help me overcome the impending mid-day sleepiness. I like catching up on the Top 100 Must-reads too, so I set off. I think I even got as far as Chapter #2. Unfortunately, due to circumstances that I will not mention here, this book and I were not able to develop a stronger bond.
Side-note. I’m sure Uncle Tom’s Cabin is a wonderful book. Yet, I do not recommend reading it as an antidote to the afternoon nap. I’m afraid it is of no help whatsoever.