It is time for me to shift my concentration from the leisurely reading of fiction to my dusty pile of new non-fiction. I have been selfishly devouring the new books of my favorite murder mystery writers and rapidly checking off titles on my personal must-read classics list. There is a small collection of unread books about autism and social stories and another new one on the way by Stanley Greenspan, Engaging Autism, that actually fills me with anticipation. I also have The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook to peruse when I can give it my undivided attention.
So goodbye Kay Scarpetta and Kinsey Millhone. It was fun while it lasted. Today reluctantly I am back to reality.