Still plodding through the 'Baroque Cycle' by Neal Stephenson. It's a good story but way way too long. Almost of grrm's 'Ice and Fire' proportions. And I have five books queued up for reading next, including 'Experimental Heart' by Jenny Rohn. I loved the other book of hers I read, 'The Honest Look' and I like that a professional scientist can also do very good fiction.
Not that much else. Playing around with pieces of the First Lute Suite by Bach, although they may not be ready for public performance (particularly the Gigue) by the time I need to have a programme, in mid March.