I'm re-reading Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and then the rest of the series, so I can read her relatively new 8th book- Written in My Own Heart's Blood: A Novel (Outlander) . Of course I've planned this since before it was to come out and now it's been a few years. But with the help of Audible I'm getting through leaps and bounds, and getting lots of knitting done! It's fun to listen to the recording with the accents, and then delve into the book and read at points. It will always be my favorite.
So I should be onto Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, Book 2) soon. The upside to waiting so long is I can now buy the paperback, which is easier on my hands. I actually own Outlander, 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition with it's beautiful ribbon place marker, but paperbacks are easier to hold. I did read Outlander when it first came out and I did have that ancient copy for years, but it most of been cleaned out at some move. I wonder if I can find it again at a second hand shop?