I don’t know why I always get so ambitious going into this time of year when every single year I hit a roadblock of anxiety and depression. This year it’s further complicated by, well, everything, and also personal stress (renovation, work). This past week every night I came home from work and one tiny thing was wrong with the sink in the basement (why is the faucet leaking? oh no now there’s wood debris clogging up the drain. wtf why are the legs bent? etc) and even though these were very minor things they were enough to keep my anxiety spiraling. The good news is they seem to be making very good progress on my kitchen and maybe it will actually be done by the end of the month! One can hope!
Anywho. I finished two books this week, one print and one audio. I would have liked to get more reading done but I just wasn’t feeling it. Plus I was super tired. I also didn’t make much progress on my blogging but I’m still ahead so that’s good.
So, I’m still in the middle of reading Dracula’s Child by J. S. Barnes. I didn’t make much progress this past week because my library loan took priority. Turns out that I can now renew ebooks from my library so I probably shouldn’t have worried too much but I didn’t find that out until I was almost finished the book! Anyway, as a consequence I’m still reading this one and I hope to finish it up shortly. 🙂
Next up in audio is The Shadow Glass by Rin Chupeco. I was super excited to see that this one is included in audible’s new membership program where you can essentially borrow books. So I won’t have to use a credit for this one, score! I’m excited to see how this series ends, I’ve been enjoying the books so far.
If I somehow have more time this week, I’ll probably jump into The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller as this is another library loan. (I don’t know why I keep getting distracted by library books!) So, those are my plans, such as they are. Let me cross my fingers and hope that this week things aren’t too crazy. What are you reading this week? Leave a note in the comments, I’d love to chat!