Wow, the last six months have just sped by…!
To my defense they may have been some of the most action-filled months I have experienced. I got married (yay!), I worked on the other side of the country for three months, I started a new job and I applied for a research fellow position at the university — which I just got.
Also, I have come to realize that archaeological field work is quite tiring. Being out in the sun (or rain, or wind – why did I choose this profession again?) all day, shoveling, the excitement, being away from your family, and all the social activities at night can really wear you out.
Or maybe I am just getting older.
And so, the blog has suffered. However, as this blog is mainly written as a hobby and as a plus-energy project, I cannot promise that the frequency of blog posts will increase in the near future. I promise, though, that as long as I have the will and desire, you`ll still hear about my literary experiences.
And I have of course saved up a buck-load of books I`ve read and re-read during the late summer, the honeymoon and during the autumn. Here are a few of the reviews you can expect (at some unspecified point in the future ):
Beate Grimsrud: En dåre fri (A Fool, Free)
Håkan Nesser: the next two books after the great “Man without Dog”
En helt annen historie (A completely different story) and Beretningen om herr Roos (The tale of Mr. Roos)
Xiaolu Guo: Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers
Alexander McCall Smith`s other series, besides The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency — The Sunday Philosophy Club
And a bunch more. Stay tuned.