First off the pile was a vitra catalogue which I picked up a couple of years ago for $2.99 from a Savers op shop in Melbourne, mainly because it had scale drawings of many design classics.
(At that stage I still thought I might learn to design things for 3D printers and was rather excited...)
On the train this weekend just passed, I finally cracked open a book that's been on my reading list since July (I don't 'do' fiction very often):
I'm sure you've read it and would love to hear your opinion(s). I suspect anything I might say could be a spoiler.
I read this book on the trip back home (only nine months after I bought it!)
Not a good choice for reading on the train, let me warn you. I guffawed several times, alarming the people around me. Once I read that the authors were based in New Zealand, the dry humour made more sense:
I was disappointed when I finished this book, even though it didn't directly relate to dolls houses.
There is more travel in my future, and I've chosen this book to be my companion:
I'd love to know of any suggestions you have to add to my piles...