Out of the 10000005 books on Amazon, I simply cannot find one that I want to read.
I've read Lots. Having exhausted all of my usual authors I branched out a bit. So espionage, thrillers, SF and murder are all sitting on my Kindle, waiting to be read again when I get bored. I don't do love stories, I can't stand zombies and I've seen more vampires than I can shake a stake at.
I read an oddly entertaining book proclaiming that God hates us. Even an amusing one about how to teach quantum physics to your dog. I know there's a fairly decent book about some teenagers saving the world, and another about some old gits destroying it, but I've read those already. Now I just can't find anything.
I did almost buy a new book today until I saw the price. £34.99. That pounds, not dollars. And this is for Kindle. I wouldn't pay that much for a car.
Is the problem that there are just too many? By the time I've decided that I don't want one, my Kindle creaks and groans for about thirty seconds until it allows me to search for another. Perhaps the answer is to look on my PC and download it from there.
Or perhaps I should just get on and do some work for a change.