First finished was Harry Turtledove's book Ruled Britannia, in which alternate history novel the Armada had succeeded, and England was occupied by the Spanish. William Shakespeare is recruited by the resistance, and we're off and running. I think that this book would be enjoyed by those who've read Shakespeare, and by those who enjoy the Renaissance Fair circuit.
Second book finished was a David Wishart novel, another of the Corvinus series, called A Vote for Murder. Solid read, I found it enjoyable. It's another of the Ancient Roman era mystery novels.
OTOH, I dumped a book, too. Now, maybe it was the fact that I was suffering all day yesterday with a headache, and serious fatigue issues, but I just couldn't get started reading this non-fiction book - Tolkien in the Great War. Maybe it was me. I thought I'd find it interesting, but I didn't. And so it goes.
By the time I finally got home last night, I was too tired to fall asleep, so into the DVD player I stuck the disc of Around the World with Orson Welles...for some reason, the streaming that we'd done before via Netflix had ceased. We watched Welles watching a bull fight in Madrid, and then some arty work on Paris. The disc is now back in the mailbox awaiting its homeward journey. I followed that by another episode of season one of The Tudors, and I'm still not entirely taken by it. I'm trying to decide if I should just set it aside, or keep pushing it...
I'm much less fatigued, this morning, and no headache, thank goodness, so it'll be off to work, soon.