This Week in Reading: Still Making Progress on Catching Up

Hey all, happy Monday! I had a fairly slow-ish week in reading last week. Usually I spend some time on the weekends reading but my husband and I had DnD with our friends on Saturday and then Sunday I spent some time working on writing reviews. Still catching up, but getting there! Also, I totally forgot that The Gilded Wolves doesn’t come out in audio until the 29th or something like that. So I got all excited about diving into that one but it’s not out yet, whoops, lol. But I did manage to finish up Tess of the Road and Appropriately Aggressive, so yay! This week I’ll still be working on getting through a backlog of audiobooks and books due for review. 🙂

 

On audio I’m about halfway through Minimum Wage Magic by Rachel Aaron. This is a book that takes place in the same universe as her Heartstrikers series. It’s been really fun so far and I’m digging the main character. I have to say, I’m pretty addicted to Aaron’s writing at this point.

After I finish up Minimum Wage Magic I’ll be listening to Dracul by Dacre Stocker and J.D. Barker. I’ve had this one in my queue for a couple of months and finally have a free slot open for it, yay! Definitely looking forward to it because, you know, vampires. 😀

In print, I’ll be reading Sisters of the Fire by Kim Wilkins. I’m in love with that cover. And the title is boss.  If I make it through this before week’s end, I’ll probably pick up the next Discworld book or maybe one of the other review books I have waiting for me.

Those are my plans for this week, what are yours? What is everyone else working on reading? Leave a note in the comments, I’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Looking forward to your thoughts on Sisters of the Fire! That one’s a “maybe” book for me. I enjoyed the first one, and while it didn’t blow me away I’m curious to see more of the world. Sucks that I just have way too many books on my plate!

    1. You don’t really need to read Heartstrikers. It will give you an deeper understanding of the world, but that’s not absolutely necessary because stuff is briefly explained here, you can definitely read it on own.

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