I began the day by Waiting for Sunrise
before breakfasting on John Saturnall's Feast
and admiring The Colour of Milk.
On my way to work I saw Four Hedges
and walked by The Knot
to avoid Mrs Robinson's Disgrace,
but I made sure to stop at The Magic Apple Tree.
In the office, my boss said, Touch Not the Cat,
and sent me to research The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds.
At lunch with A Kind Man
I noticed Archie
greatly enjoying Little Bones.
Then on the journey home, I contemplated The Secret Intensity of Everyday Life
because I have Patience
and am drawn to The Old Ways.
Settling down for the evening in The Music Room,
I studied Bel Canto
before saying goodnight At Last.
I did something very similar to this one last year, completing the sentences with the titles of books reads over the past few months. Please do have a go yourself and if you do so on your own blog, pop back and leave a comment here with the link to your post so that we can be sure to read it.
(If anyone wants to to read more about any of the books listed, I've linked to their posts, where applicable, here: Waiting for Sunrise by William Boyd, John Saturnall's Feast by Lawrence Norfolk, The Colour of Milk by Nell Leyshon, Four Hedges by Clare Leighton The Knot by Jane Borodale, Mrs. Robinson's Disgrace by Kate Sumerscale, The Magic Apple Tree by Susan Hill, Touch Not The Cat by Mary Stewart, The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds by Alexander McCall Smith, A Kind Man by Susan Hill, Archie by Domenica More Gordon, The Glass Room by Simon Mawer, Little Bones by Janette Jenkins, The Secret Intensity of Everyday Life by William Nicholson, The Old Ways by Robert Macfarlane, The Music Room by William Fiennes, Bel Canto by Ann Patchett.)