In the darkness the trees are full of starlight (henwy) wrote,
In the darkness the trees are full of starlight

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So sleepy....

I think I'm going to go back to bed. I've been headed to the lab the past couple days in the middle of the night to work on my paper but I think I can skip a day. I'm just going to lie down and pop Madeleline L'engle's A Wind in the Door back into the mp3 player. Has anyone read her books? I assume most people have, right? I used to absolutely love A Wrinkle in Time. It was one of my favorite books from when I was a kid and I was ecstatic when I found it as an audiobook, read by L'engle herself. Just recently I was looking around and found that people were sharing her next two books as well, A wind in the door and A swiftly tilting planet. Superspiffy! I'm still trying to get all parts of the latter but the former's all done and ready to go.

Anyone else just love audiobooks? I like to tell people it's because my parents never read to me as a kid, but there's just something amazingly soothing about listening to a story, ecspecially one that you know and have read yourself. I've got dozens of audiobooks on the computer and loaded into my mp3 player and there are few things better than drowsing with a bedtime story in the background.

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