Try to get caught up on cleaning the house.
Go to work (at Hastings, half of which is devoted to books!).
Read Sherlock Holmes or wander the Palouse Mall on my break (Hastings is located at the Palouse Mall).
Go home. Watch Doctor Who and maybe a little Glee until bed.
Read Sherlock Holmes in bed.
But now that Christmas is passed and I'm not working full-time pre-Christmas hours, I have more time to read (and write and do yoga and hang out with friends). I'm putting together a reading list out of books people recommend and some stuff in the Hastings' "Books to give" catalog. So now I'm putting the question to you: Do you have book recommendations? The kind of books that are good to read over winter break? The kind that are absorbing and hard to put down?
So far people have told me to read:
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
House of Leaves by that guy with the funny last name
The Dark Tower series by Stephen King (I haven't read Stephen King since high school; if I'm going to keep quoting him I suppose I should read him.)
Neuromancer by William Gibson
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay
Points to anyone who can guess which friend/relative recommended which book to me (I'll give you a hint, PB is on the list).