Browsing books

Today I was at the ice rink again. It’s fairly common for me to be there. I don’t know why but there’s something about the atmosphere (of the rink) that attracts me. It’s not to do with the people either. All you need to do is put a large slab of ice under a roof and…tada… you have an atmosphere. It’s cold, but things happen there. At the end of the day people seem to enjoy it. Anyway…after that I went to a shopping mall, which has a vastly different atmosphere.



When I do go to a mall it’s for two reasons. I goo to either look at books, or films. Anything else bores me to be honest. I don’t know why. Some people are perfectly happy to look at clothes and see how they fit, or look for gifts for people. I get clothes when one of my current items of clothing has been chucked out. So I decided to sneak into the book shop. I managed to notice that one of my favorite authors, Don DeLillo has brought out a new title. Also what really grabbed me was the epic novel, The Russian Concubine. The Authors name escapes me for a moment, but it’s sure a book to look out for. If you like books based on history, then you’ll appreciate this one.


Most of the time, I’m too busy working to leisurely walk into a book store and browse. So I sort of count this as a meaningful experience. Literature seems to punch my button. For example in my room I have to have books in it, otherwise I become depressed (very quickly). Now that I’ve got this ranting out of the way…I’m off to go and ask people if they’d like chips with their Beef Burger.


So long Bloggers 😀






P.S. – The comic is just thrown in as an extra.


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