I don't always get a chance to sit down and read an entire book in one sitting, but if I'm really into a book I'll pretty much ignore everything else going on and just dive in (Hello, ADHD hyperfocus, my old friend.)
We got a big box of arcs at the bookstore last week and Several People Are Typing looked so interesting, I just had to grab it. Check out what else is on my reading list this week!
I absolutely loved the Caraval series, so Once Upon a Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber is a logical first "Can't Wait Wednesday" for me.
This week's Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge prompt is "Favourite holiday (with recipe)" and at first I had a hard time choosing, but I finally figured it out!
Shelf Control is a weekly celebration of the unread books on our shelves. Pick a book you own but haven’t read, write a post about it (suggestions: include what it’s about, why you want to read it, and when you got it), and link up!
Wow... this week's prompt was HARD! I don't know a lot of books with question titles. I truly wonder how many people are going to manage to get a total of 10. Of course, they could pick books they have never read, but I guess I like to make it hard on myself. 😉 Where'd... Continue Reading →
The great contemporary YA read-a-thon continues this week. I might have to stop for a bit just to read something else so that I don't get burnt out on one genre. Does this happen to you? I tend to jump around a bit just to keep things fresh.
I've been trying to read a bunch of contemporary YA books in the last couple of weeks to be able to make recommendations to a young family member.
Reading is such a huge part of my life, and yet somehow I married someone who only ever read books for school because he was forced to do it. I feel bad for anyone who doesn't realize the joy of reading, but then, he thinks it's weird that I don't enjoy a lot of the more hands-on things he enjoys like woodworking and fishing. We are the definition of "opposites attract" when it comes to our main sources of entertainment.