Autumn is OFFICIALLY here, which means cooler temps, less outdoor activities (not that 2020 gave us many options to begin with) and more opportunities to open up a book (remember those?). I've purchased several over the last few years - maybe close to 10; shamefully, I've only completed ONE. I constantly tell myself to 'do better,' but as with most of society, I find myself getting caught up in the nuances of technology, memes and video clips. I'll try to do better. In the spirit of exercising the mind and learning new vocabulary, I fully intend on dusting off those purchases with an objective to read and COMPLETE a book per month - starting with the three shown in the pic above. I started Methodical Illusion a few weeks ago and I've been intrigued thus far (click on the link for a quick description). The other two; Sundown Towns and The 12th Planet are 400+ pages long (sheesh! I can barely get through a couple of paragraphs from news article these days). I'll be sure to give an update in the coming weeks/months (years???).