I shall be spending the weekend moving hundreds of books in advance of some work being done to the house - after which all will be order and calm as above*, I hope! I doubt I'll get much reading time, but such as I have will be given over to Joanna Rakoff's memoir (see Wednesday's post) which I am enjoying enormously. I'm so pleased to see Litlove's comment there that it's a contender for her books of the year list; that's praise indeed.
I hope you have something very good to read over the next few days, or something equally diverting to do - please tell us if so, because I shall be popping back here for some light relief in the midst of all the fetching, carrying and sorting (or I could rope in the chaps from Foyles and put my feet up ...).
*In the Library, St. James' Square, c. 1805-06, attributed to Thomas Pole.