Le Petit Marche

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

So Many Books to Read - Wish I had the Time!

There are so many titles and volumes of books to read, where does one find the time?  I mostly read in bed for 30 minutes or so every night, so it takes me a while to get through a book, especially anything by Ken Follett or Leo Tolstoy (Anna Karenina being one of my faves!).  I was fortunate enough to read 6, yes, 6 books this summer on the job!  What stroke of luck was that?  Three were fiction, fun escapism and 3 were self-help.  I figure if I don't have the time to seek outside help I may as well try and help myself, right? :)  This weeks theme on ESN is books.  I don't have many books in my store but I have this one that is kind of cool. It's an art book, an American art book at that.  So if you don't like reading all that much and want to look at pictures then you may enjoy this one.  It does have bios and photos of the artists and is chock full of colorful paintings.  It's from the Northeastern Competition.  So stop on by Le Petit Marché to have a look at it or the other few books I have on offer.  And if art isn't for you, there are many booksellers at Ecrater Stores Network that have many different titles and genre's that might interest you.  


  1. Yes. I personally thinking about the same, I have 1700 books in my library but still their is lots of books in the world which I can't be able to finish in my this life, also I am trying to read online from site like titmetoread.co.za, but still, I think life is too short.

  2. Great post. My mother got me started on reading at bedtime the same way you do. She thought it was the best way to relax and shake off the events of the day. I found I had to give it up, because unless the book was boring, I would be up all night reading.