A trip to the library yesterday means there are a lot of novels in the book bag. I'm trying not to dive in because I've got two books in progress that need to be finished.
I've also been downloading a bunch of light reading (mysteries, etc.) to my Nook for the trip to Edinburgh. In addition to the fiction, I've downloaded The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth: A Life by Frances Wilson after reading Dorothy's review. I should be more than set for the long, long flight, any spare time while in Edinburgh, and the longer flight home. Coming home is always longer, isn't it? It doesn't much matter how far you've traveled, the trip there is always full of anticipation, and the trip home is always full of exhaustion.
I love my larger Kindle for reading at home when I've exhausted my interest in the TBR pile. However, the Nook is better for travel, and a Nook the size of a paperback book can hold so many titles, so many entertaining hours.