It’s the 2nd week of #RIPXVI and I’m flying through pages. I’ve finished 3 books, started another, and I’m into the 13th season of “Supernatural.” I plan on finishing We Are Legion (We Are Bob) today so I can start a RIP-worthy audiobook. Then, I’ll only have to read something for “Peril of the Real” to get my first Bingo.
#RIPXVI is getting off to a great start! I’ve already finished one book, started another, and binge-watched some “Supernatural.” As soon as I finish We Are Legion (We Are Bob) I’ll start a RIP-worthy audiobook or maybe even a podcast.
Doomsday Book is so good that I’ve been deliberately cooking the easiest dinners I can and then going to bed earlier than usual so I can keep reading. However, I’m really glad I didn’t decide to read it sooner, but I can’t say why because *spoilers*. I had no idea what I was in for when I started reading it since the book blurb only mentions a “crisis, ” and really, that could be anything, especially when it involves time travel.
Last week was #BoutofBooks 32, and it was wonderful. The books I finished were all great for the most part, and I’m hoping that will continue once I’m done with Cannonbridge (which has been disappointing). The verdict is still out for The Cuckoo’s Cry, but it’s been good so far.
Today starts #BoutofBooks 32! The books I’ve been reading this past week have been really good, and I’m hoping that will continue through this week. It’s supposed to rain a lot where I live, so I’ve already got the perfect excuse to stay indoors with a stack of books.
I’m working from home now, and that means I’m spending less time listening to audiobooks, but more time reading physical books. I’m nearly always done with work before the Boyfriend (who also works remotely) so I spend what used to be my commute time reading on the couch.
Thanks to the #ReverseReadathon this weekend, I was able to get through most of The Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry, and I plan to finish it before the end of the week.
Apparently fun, easy books have been exactly what I needed to get my reading back up. I’m also done with How to Train Your Dragon, and while Catherine House doesn’t fit into the “fun” category, it is weird and has sucked me right in. I just started it yesterday, and I wish I had a longer lunch break so I could read it at work. I might still try.
This past week was exhausting, and I ended up reading I Will Judge You by Your Bookshelf as a sort of comfort read because my brain did not want to have to think about anything and I needed to relax before bed.