I read a book! I even read two! Or, more accurately, I listened to two books. I have become a fan of the audiobook. So good for listening while knitting. Or on public transport. Or doing the dishes. Or holding a sleeping baby. I buy my audiobooks from Audible - I have a monthly membership, which is good value right now that the dollar is so good.
The first is Bill Bryson's At Home: A Short History of Private Life, read by himself. I love his travel books and I thought this sounded interesting - a history of private life, themed around each room in the 19th century rectory house in which he lived in the UK. It's an interesting book, crammed full of facts and anecdotes, but I found it a bit of a slog. I'm not sure if it suffered by being an audiobook - it might be better read in the traditional way, because it would allow you to skip around to find whatever next takes your fancy. It also doesn't display nearly as much of the humour Bryson has in his travel books.