Bibliophile – n. lover of books; one who loves to read, admire and collect books.

Whenever I don’t get things done I blame my lack of free time. But I have a lot of free time whenever I don’t have to work over hours, I just seem to waste it by watching Futurama or Family Guy, or doing something silly on the Internet.

Procrastination is like masturbation.  At first it feels good, but in the end you’re only screwing yourself.

This is a sad truth.  Yup, I’ve fallen of the wagon once again and I need to get back on track. From my notebook I’ve picked 10 books that I really want to read:

  1. “The Body” – Stephen King
  2. “The Breathing Method” – Stephen King
  3. “The Hunger Games” – Suzanne Collins
  4. “Catching Fire” – Suzanne Collins
  5. “Mockingjay” – Suzanne Collins
  6. “The Hobbit” – J. R. R. Tolkien
  7. “The Fellowship of the Ring” – J. R. R. Tolkien
  8. “The Two Towers” – J. R. R. Tolkien
  9. “The Return of the King” – J. R. R. Tolkien
  10. “Moulin Rouge” – Pierre La Mure
  11. “Peril at the end house” – Agatha Christie
  12. “Thirteen at Dinner (aka Lord Edgware Dies)” – Agatha Christie
  13. “Murder on the Orient Express” – Agatha Christie
  14. “Three Act Tragedy” – Agatha Christie
  15. “Death in the Air (aka Death in the Clouds)” – Agatha Christie
  16. “The ABC Murders (aka The Alphabet Murders)” – Agatha Christie
  17. “Murder in Mesopotamia” – Agatha Christie
  18. “The Mysterious Affair at Style” – Agatha Christie
  19. “Poirot Investigates” – Agatha Christie
  20. “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” – Agatha Christie
  21. “The Big Four” – Agatha Christie
  22. “Cards on the Table” – Agatha Christie
  23. “Stardust” – Neil Gaiman
  24. “Eat, Pray, Love” – Elizabeth Gilbert

And yes that’s the order that I’m going to read them. I know that I’ve kinda jumped in the “Hunger Games” wagon with all the media that is going on, but what’s wrong with that? Truthfully, I’ve read many articles on the Internet and not only did I got interested in the Hunger Games but I also want to read “Battle Royale” by Koushun Takami and “The Long Walk” by Stephen King.

Now all I have to do is upload the said books on my MP3 player/iPod and just get started. I also have a feeling that my stitching will see an increase in productivity.