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. πŸ™‚


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. πŸ˜€

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.Β  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!

20 thoughts on “This Week in Reading: Still Making Progress on Catching Up

  1. Mischenko says:

    Can’t wait for your reviews. I came so close to picking up Dracul at the library last week. I just can’t commit to it right now. Hope you love it! β™₯️

  2. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum says:

    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!

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