Crime written in the past and re-published, new crime but set in the past and there are several non-fiction which I hope I can concentrate on including two books about books(and reading) which is a favourite genre of mine. There are also a couple of ordinary fiction that I've seen mentioned on blogs and I found the library had a few of the Furrowed Middlebrow publications in stock but the only one I hadn't read was "A Winter Away" by Elizabeth Fair.
So no copy of " The Stopping Places" as mentioned on the Felixstowe Book Festival Post, I shall be picking that up in August.
We had an even hotter day yesterday but a lot of cloud and more humidity, several times it threatened rain but nothing appeared. Instead it was out with the watering can in the evening as usual to do the greenhouse crops, beans and patio pots. One thing that is loving this heat in the greenhouse are the aubergines, there are already some 3 inches long and so many have set this year compared to last year. I shall make up batches of aubergine and tomato pasta sauce to freeze for winter.........one of my favourites.
Thank you for comments and re-assurance yesterday. I hate forgetting what I'm supposed to be doing but hopefully the fog of grief(lovely description Mary) will clear so I can get more done without wandering about in a blur or spending more time than I want fiddling online.