I had every intention of writing this post yesterday, failing to realize that the finale of the Bachelor trumps all and of course we spent too much time talking and hardly any time watching and then it was 11pm and way past my bedtime and there was no way I was going to write a post.
So. Here we are.
I’ve been riding the struggle bus a bit when it comes to reading, but I think I have my mojo back, so let’s start with the two books (ugh) I’ve read this year and hope April is better 🙂
This was the book that killed my reading stats. I’ve really enjoyed all of the books in the Throne of Glass series, but I struggled with the first 300 (of 800!) pages of Empire of Storms. Once I finally got into the meat of the book I couldn’t finish it fast enough, but the first quarter of the book felt really disjointed. Struggles aside, I’m now anxiously awaiting the sixth book in the series because, y’all, -ish went down!
I’m a sucker for dystopian YA literature. Honestly, the majority of what I read is probably considered YA, and I make no apologies for it.
I hadn’t heard of Firstlife until I was browsing in Chapters (read: looking for books and requesting them from the library) when I saw Lifeblood on display, so I searched and requested the first in the series. I really enjoyed this book, and similar to Empire of Storms, I’m looking forward to what comes next in the series.
I’m already making headway on my next group of books, so April should be much better. I’m awful at updating Goodreads (I wish I could connect it to my library account so it could pull in books from there – that would make things easier) but feel free to follow me 🙂
What type of literature do you gravitate toward?
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