My reading Routine:
Lunch break: Portuguese Books on my E-reader (I’ll come back to that particular item)
Night: I started off reading Sylvain Tesson’s In the Siberian Forrest. Perfect adventure read, a lot of thoughts on loneliness, the need for movement, the leaving behind of “society”.
Then I started reading a fantasy series, Mistborn, which is less intellectually stimulating but a great read and very entertaining (kind of what you need after 90 kilometers of daily cycling)
I took some Mark Twain (Roughing it), John Muir (My first summer in the sierra) and Edward Abbey (Desert Solitaire: A season in the Wilderness)
Don’t know if I get round to reading them (I’m waiting to cross the “mighty Mississippi” for Twain and California for John Muir) but it’s good to have something to look forward to…