It's that time of year again!

It's that time of year again, I hope you remembered to move your clock one hour forward for daylight saving! Whether you love it or hate it, getting up an hour earlier in the morning offers the advantage of an extra hour of daylight in the evening. A great way to spend this extra 60 minutes of daylight is to read. Make this your reading hour of the day. You can even multitask, by listening to an audio book you have downloaded from Overdrive while you partake of an evening stroll, as you spend time weeding the garden, or even while you hang out the washing. You can take your reading to the park, the beach, or sit on the verandah and just read. Here are twelve timely books to get you started with your reading hour.
Only time will tell by Jeffery Archer
No time for goodbye by Linwood Barclay
The thief of time by John Boyne
The time waster diaries: A year in the life of by Robin Cooper
The time trap by Peter Corris
Timeline by Michael Crichton
The curious incident of the dog in the night time by Mark Haddon
The time travellers wife by Audrey Niffenegger
Timecatcher Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick
Time bomb by Gerald Seymour
The time machine by H.G.Wells
About time a series of four books about time by Brian Williams

Or, if you would like to read more about the what, why and where of daylight saving, try these two books.

Spring forward: The annual madness of daylight saving by Michael Downing
Saving the daylight: Why we put the clocks forward by David Prerau

Photo credit: On a pink, green, and white cloud, two young women reading a book at Greenlake, with a daisy chain in a field of flowers, Seattle, Washington, USA by Wonderlane, from Flickr