TBR - To Be Read (next)
"The Short Victorious War" and "Field of Dishonor" - books #3 and #4 in the Honor Harrington series by David Weber;
"The Third Eagle" and "The Book of Kells" by R. A. MacAvoy - she had me hooked with "Tea With the Black Dragon" and "The Grey Horse";
"Beggers and Choosers" and "Beggars Ride" by Nancy Kress - finishing up her Beggars trilogy I began reading with "Beggars in Spain";
"Mindstar Rising", "A Quantum Murder" and "The Nano Flower" by Peter F. Hamilton;
"Red Mars", "Blue Mars" and "Green Mars" by Kim Stanley Robinson;
"Lady of the Light" by Donna Gilespie - sequel to "The Light Bearer";
"The Silmarillion" by Tolkien;
"Start Late, Finish Rich" by David Bach;
"Woman - An Intimate Geography" by Natalie Angier;
"The New Feminine Brain - Developing Your Intuitive Genius" by Mona Lisa Shulz, M.D.;
"The Flavors of Olive Oil - A Tasting Guide and Cookbook" by Deborah Krasner
From this information dump, you may conclude that I'm fond of reading Science Fiction and Fantasy; I didn't plan well for my retirement; I'm learning to enjoy being female; and I now have a very good recipe for tomato, basil, mozzarella and olive oil on a baguette.
Update: Today was my first CC&R committee meeting. Ve-rry In-teresting. I have been assigned a section of the neighborhood to peruse and report on: exceptionally well maintained properties get a thank you letter, and properties with violations of the covenants and restrictions get a courtesy warning. Amazing what some people will choose to dispute. One of the restrictions is that garbage cans must be out of sight (behind a fence or in the garage) - except on garbage day. Why would anyone want to defend their view of garbage cans?! Serving on this committee drives home the thought that human beings are quirky and unpredictable, whimsical, amazing and amusing.