I’m back with another roundup of what I read before I joined the world of book blogging!
Honestly, it’s been an exhausting week; I got sick on Sunday and basically was curled up in bed with a hot compress for days, then had to venture out into the world for my first face-to-face meeting with clients in years last Thursday (in my industry, majority of us still work from home, but that’s slowly changing, though pretty dependent on Covid developments!). I’ve really just been rolling with the punches, though mostly sleeping to recover.
But on the bright side, I recently finished an amazing new SFF novel, finally finished a book I’d been putting off, and have a couple of ARCs that I’m psyched to start reading. So let’s get started!
We’re eight months into the year and, honestly, I haven’t counted the number of books I’ve read so far! Mostly because I’m not too fussed about it; I’m a serial book repeater, after all, and if a book is in my e-reader, I’ll read it whenever I’m in the mood for it. (As Cady Heron once said, “The limit does not exist!”)
But when I started listing the books I read from May to July, I got really excited to think about them again. Then I realized: Why not start from the beginning? Which is why I’m curled up in bed with a mug of Creme Brulee loose leaf tea, trying to recall everything I’ve read recently.
This list is as accurate as I could make it, but I may have overlooked a book or two. Some books I remember better than others, so I’ll probably be able to write more accurate or comprehensive thoughts on the books I’ve read more recently! But that’s to come in Part 2.